Spanish grammar

For the time being, two sections are translated to english:
Spanish grammar and Irregular verbs

Glossary

 

ARTICULOS AND DETERMINERS

Articles: general
Articles: uses of the definite articles
Articles: uses of the indefinite articles
Articles: uses of the contracted articles
Articles: absence of articles
Articles: un and el with feminine nouns
Nominalization
Determiners

 

ADJECTIVES AND INDEFINITE PRONOUNS

Algún, alguno, alguna, algunos, algunas, algo and alguien
Bastante and bastantes
Cierto, cierta, ciertos and ciertas
Cualquier, cualquiera and cualesquiera
Cuanto and tanto: indefinites
Demasiado, demasiada, demasiados and demasiadas
Más and menos
Mucho, mucha, muchos, muchas and muy
Ningún, ninguno, ninguna, nada and nadie
Otro, otras, otros and otras
Poco, poca, pocos and pocas
Todo, toda, todos and todas
Un, uno, una, unos and unas
Varios and varias
Indefinite pronouns

 

OTHER ADJECTIVES AND PRONOUNS

Demonstratives
Possession
Neuter pronouns
Cada
Cada and todo: repetition
Sendos and sendas
Tal and tales
Mismo, misma, mismos and mismas
Ambos, ambas, los dos, las dos and tanto uno como otro

 

ADJECTIVES AND NOUNS

Adjectives: gender and number
Adjectives: position of the adjective
Adjectives in adverbial function
Adjectives: shortened form of some adjectives
Absolute superlative: general
Absolute superlative: formation of adjectives ending in “-ísimo”
Relative superlative
Nouns: gender of nouns and names
Nouns: number of the nouns
Nominalization
Numbers
Numbers: some considerations
Numbers: some more considerations
Quantifiers

 

PERSONAL PRONOUNS

Subject pronouns
Treatments
Direct and indirect object pronouns
Prepositional pronouns
Prepositional pronouns, direct object pronouns and direct object pronouns: repetition of complements
Reflexive pronouns

 

PREPOSITIONS

Place
Subject
Time
Approximation
A, con, en, por and mediante: instrument and means
A, por and según: order
A and cada: frequency
A and por: speed and distance
Bajo, entre and por: mathematics
Con, en, entre, hacia and por: persons
Con, contra and en: meeting
Con and sin: company
Contra and por: opinion
De, a and con: specification
Depende de and según
Desde… hasta and de… a
Para and según: opinion and evidence
Por and todavía
Other prepositions

 

SUFIXES AND PREFIXES

Pejoratives
Diminutives and augmentatives
-azo
-ble
Re-

 

VERBAL TENSES

Conjugations
Present indicative
Perfect indicative
Preterit (indicative)
Future indicative
Imperfect indicative
Pluperfect indicative
Preterit anterior (indicative)
Future perfect indicative
Imperative
Conditional
Conditional perfect
Subjunctive
Subjunctive: some considerations
Subjunctive: some more considerations
Present subjunctive
Perfect subjunctive
Imperfect subjunctive
Pluperfect subjunctive
Simple and perfect future (subjunctive)
Infinitive
Gerund
Gerund perfect
Infinitive perfect
Past participle
Present participle

 

SOME VERBAL FORMS

Gerund: progressive periphrasis
Ir a + infinitive
Ser and estar: general
Ser and estar: action and result
Unipersonals

 

ADVERBS

Adverbs: position of the adverb
Adverbs of manner
Adverbs: adverbial complements
Adjectives in adverbial function
Adverbs: adverbial complements in accusative
Abajo and debajo
Allí, aquí, ahí; allá and acá
Junto, junta, juntos and juntas
Medio, a medias, a medio and mitad
Negation
También and tampoco

 

PARTS OF THE SENTENCE

Attributes
Direct object
Indirect object
Agreement subject-predicate

 

LINKS

Cause
Comparison: links
Comparison: specifications
Comparison: fixed patterns
Concession
Conditional: types of conditional clauses
Conditional: other links
Consequence
Coordination: links
Coordination: emphasis of the coordination
Coordination: particularities
Y and e
Distribution
Disjunction
O and u
Explanation
Purpose
Opposition
Justaposition

 

TYPES OF SENTENCES

Impersonal
Passive sentences
Passive reflexive clauses
Reflexive and reciprocal verbs
Conditional: types of conditional clauses
Interrogation
Interrogation: subject position
Exclamation
Cuánto, cuán: exclamation and interrogation
Adjectival or relative subordinate clauses
Cuanto and tanto: relatives
Subordinate substantive clauses
Direct and indirect speech

 

ORTHOGRAPHY

Spelling: general
Accentuation
Diphthongs, triphthongs and hiatus
Capital and small letters
Punctuation
Que and qué
Por que, porque, porqué and ¿por qué?
Sino and si no
Solo and sólo

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