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Granted! Studying Spanish Grammar may not be the most fun activity to do when you learn Spanish. No one wants to just sit and study Spanish for hours! Well all just want to speak Spanish without any problems! The problem is that in order to get to that level of Spanish fluency, first we do need to master most of the rules Spanish grammar.

That is the reason why I created this free Spanish Grammar Video Library: to offer amazing Spanish lessons for the serious Spanish learner who wants to study Spanish with the intention of speaking Spanish in the shortest amount of time possible. Unlike most online videos that are filled with Spanish grammar jargon, the Spanish Grammar videos here will be explained in plain English. That way, the serious student eager to study spanish on their own can do so without any problem at all. What's more The following videos will not only introduce you to the main Spanish grammar lessons that you absolutely need to know but they will also give you plenty of practice

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  1. Vowels

  2. The Spanish Alphabet 

  3. Special Consonants ~ Intro 

  4. Special Consonants ~ C & CH 

  5. Special Consonants ~ G

  6. Special Consonants ~ H & J

  7. Special Consonants ~ LL – NN & Q

  8. Special Consonants ~ R – RR & Z

  9. Special Consonants Summary

  10. Subject Pronouns

  11. The Present Indicative – Presentation –

  12. The Present Indicative – Practice-

  13. The Present Indicative – Irregular verbs in the 1st Person (Presentation)

  14. The Present Indicative – Irregular verbs in the 1st Person (Practice)

  15. The Present Indicative – Irregular verbs

  16. The Present Progressive

  17. Masculine and Feminine Nouns

  18. Plural Forms 

  19. The Indefinite Article

  20. The Definite Article

  21. Making Negative Statements

  22. Adjectives

  23. Jump-start your Question Words 

  24. Question Words

  25. Questions: ¿Qué? VS ¿Cuál?

  26. Telling the Time (1) 

  27. Telling the Time (2)

  28. Telling the Time (3)

  29. The Verb Tener – Conjugations & Main Uses

  30. The Verb Tener (1) 

  31. The Verb Tener (2)

  32. The Verb Tener (3)

  33. The Verb Tener (4)

  34. Adverbs

  35. El Adverbio Ya

  36. Negative & Indefinite Words – Key Words

  37. Negative & Indefinite Words – Usage 

  38. Ningún – Ninguno/a

  39. Algún – Alguno – Alguna – Algunos – Algunas

  40. Cualquier – Cualquiera

  41. Ni – Ni…Ni – Tampoco (and many more)

  42. Negative Phrases in Action

  43. Stem Changing Verbs

  44. Demonstrative Adjectives (This / That / These /Those in Spanish ) 

  45. That (Presentation [1/5])

  46. That (Practice [2/5])

  47. That (Practice [3/5])

  48. That (Practice [4/5])

  49. That (Practice [5/5])

  50. THIS or THAT?

  51. The Future (Ir a) – Form 

  52. The Future (Ir a) – Practice-

  53. Future Simple (Form)

  54. Future Simple (Practice)

  55. La "A" Personal

  56. No hay problema 

  57. Conocer VS Saber 

  58. Relative Pronouns (que)

  59. Relative Pronouns after Prepositions

  60. Relative Pronouns (cuyo, lo cual, lo que)

  61. Possessive Adjectives

  62. Possessive Adjectives Practice

  63. Possessive Pronouns

  64. Possessive Pronouns Practice

  65. The Verb To Be – SER 

  66. The Verb To Be – ESTAR 

  67. A minimalist Approach to use SER & ESTAR

  68. SER & ESTAR Side By Side

  69. Focus on ESTAR (Presentation)

  70. Focus on ESTAR (Exceptions – Presentation)

  71. Focus on ESTAR (Exceptions – Practice)

  72. Past Participle (Regular Verbs)

  73. Past Participle (Irregular Verbs)

  74. Gerund and Infinitive / Gerundio e infinitivo

  75. The Preterite – Form –

  76. The Preterite – Uses – 

  77. Irregular Verbs in the Preterite [1]

  78. Irregular Verbs in the Preterite [1.1]

  79. Irregular Verbs in the Preterite [2]

  80. Irregular Verbs in the Preterite [2.1]

  81. Irregular Verbs in the Preterite [3]

  82. Irregular Verbs in the Preterite [3.1]

  83. The Days of the Week

  84. The Months

  85. Seasons 

  86. Dates & Seasons – Consolidation

  87. The Weather [1/5] 

  88. The Weather [2/5]

  89. The Weather [3/5]

  90. The Weather [4/5]

  91. The Weather [5/5]

  92. The Weather (Advanced)

  93. Translations of the word TIME (1)

  94. Translations of the word TIME (2)

  95. Both, Both… and

  96. All, Every

  97. The Imperfect – Form – 

  98. The Imperfect – Uses –

  99. The Preterite and The Imperfect in Two Simple Steps

  100. Hace with time expressions

  1. Ordinal numbers (first, second, third, etc)
  2. Regular Comparatives

  3. Regular Superlatives

  4. Irregular Comparatives & Superlatives

  5. Comparatives of the Same Degree 

  6. Expressions such as The more…the more the less… the less

  7. Expressions such as Most of…Even more & Even worse 

  8. Prepositions (a, al,antes de, bajo, cerca de) 

  9. Prepositions (con, contra, de, delante de, dentro de)

  10. Prepositions (después de, detrás de, durante, en, encima de / sobre)

  11. Prepositions (enfrente de, entre, fuera de, hacia, hasta)

  12. Prepositions (por, para) (Traditional Approach)

  13. Prepositions (por vs para) (my personal approach)

  14. Prepositions (según, sin, sobre, tras )

  15. Pronouns after a Preposition

  16. Direct & Indirect Object Pronouns [1]

  17. Direct & Indirect Object Pronouns [1.1]

  18. Direct & Indirect Object Pronouns [1.2]

  19. Direct & Indirect Object Pronouns [1.3]

  20. Direct & Indirect Object Pronouns [1.4]

  21. Direct & Indirect Object Pronouns [2]

  22. Direct & Indirect Object Pronouns [2.1]

  23. Direct & Indirect Object Pronouns [2.2]

  24. Direct & Indirect Object Pronouns [2.3]

  25. Direct & Indirect Object Pronouns [3]

  26. Direct & Indirect Object Pronouns [3.1]

  27. Direct & Indirect Object Pronouns [3.2]

  28. Direct & Indirect Object Pronouns [3.3]

  29. Direct & Indirect Object Pronouns [4]

  30. Direct & Indirect Object Pronouns [4.1]

  31. Direct & Indirect Object Pronouns [4.2]

  32. Direct & Indirect Object Pronouns [4.3]

  33. Gustar (Understanding how it works) 

  34. Gustar (Present Conjugations)

  35. Gustar (Practice 1)

  36. Gustar (Practice 2)

  37. Gustar ( Similar Verbs)

  38. Gustar (Even More Verbs)

  39. Understanding Reflexive Verbs 

  40. How to Conjugate Reflexive Verbs

  41. Reflexive Verbs (Guided Practice)

  42. "CÓMO" vs "COMO" (Presentation) 

  43. "CÓMO" vs "COMO" (Practice) 

  44. Become: hacerse, ponerse, volverse…

  45. The use of reflexive for possession

  46. Passive Voice (with ser and with se)

  47. Expressing General Obligation

  48. The Spanish Subjunctive – Introduction

  49. How to form the Present Subjunctive 

  50. Present Subjunctive -AR Verbs 

  51. Present Subjunctive -ER, -IR Verbs 

  52. Present Subjunctive -AR,-ER, IR (1) 

  53. Present Subjunctive -AR,-ER, IR (2) 

  54. Present Subjunctive ~ Stem Changing Verbs (Presentation)

  55. Present Subjunctive ~ e to ie Practice

  56. Present Subjunctive ~ e to i Practice

  57. Present Subjunctive ~ o to ue Practice

  58. Present Subjunctive ~ Stems Practice (1)

  59. Present Subjunctive ~ Stems Practice (2)

  60. Present Subjunctive ~ Irregular Verbs (1)

  61. Present Subjunctive ~ Irregular Verbs (2)

  62. Present Subjunctive ~ Irregular Verbs (3)

  63. Formal Commands & Ustedes (Presentation)  

  64. Formal Commands (Exercise1)

  65. Formal Commands (Exercise 2)

  66. Singular Informal Commands (Presentation)

  67. Singular Informal Commands (Practice)

  68. Plural Informal Commands (Spain) (Presentation)

  69. Plural Informal Commands (Spain) (Practice) 

  70. The Past Subjunctive – Form 

  71. The Past Subjunctive -AR verb Drills 

  72. The Past Subjunctive -ER, -IR verb Drills 

  73. The Past Subjunctive -AR, -ER, -IR verb Drills (1) 

  74. The Past Subjunctive -AR, -ER, -IR verb Drills (2) 

  75. Pero vs. Sino (Presentation) 

  76. Pero vs. Sino (Guided Practice #1)

  77. Pero vs. Sino (Guided Practice #2)

  78. The Conditional Simple (Presentation) 

  79. The Conditional Simple (Practice)

  80. The Conditional Perfect (Presentation)

  81. The Conditional Perfect (Practice)

  82. If-Clauses / Frases con 'si' (Introduction) [1/10] 

  83. If-Clauses / Frases con 'si' (Presentation) (General Situations in Present) [2/10]

  84. If-Clauses / Frases con 'si' (Practice) (General Situations in Present) [3/10]

  85. If-Clauses / Frases con 'si' (Presentation) (Specific Situations in Present) [4/10]

  86. If-Clauses / Frases con 'si' (Practice) (Specific Situations in Present) [5/10]

  87. If-Clauses / Frases con 'si' (Presentation) (Hypothetical Situations in Present) [6/10]

  1. If-Clauses / Frases con 'si' (Practice) (Hypothetical Situations in Present [7/10]

  2. If-Clauses / Frases con 'si' (Presentation) (Hypothetical Situations in Past) [8/10]

  3. If-Clauses / Frases con 'si' (Practice 1) (Hypothetical Situations in Past) [9/10]

  4. If-Clauses / Frases con 'si' (Exercise1) (Integration) [10/10]

  5. To have done something (Present form of HABER)

  6. To have done something [1.1]

  7. To have done something,[1.2]

  8. To have done something,[2]

  9. To have done something, [2.1]

  10. To have done something, [2.2]

  11. To have done something, [2.3]

  12. To have done something, [2.4]

  13. Reported Speech ~ Verbs

  14. Reported Speech  ~Useful Phrases

  15. Reported Speech in Context (1)

  16. Reported Speech in Context (2)

  17. Reported Speech in Context (3)

  18. The Pluperfect (Había) (1)

  19. The Pluperfect (Practice) (2)

  20. The Future Perfect (will have done)

  21. Todavía, aún (Presentation)

  22. Todavía, aún (Practice)

  23. Get – That Darned Little Word! (1) 

  24. Get – That Darned Little Word (2)

  25. Frequency Adverbs  (Presentation)

  26. Frequency Adverbs (Practice 1)

  27. Frequency Adverbs (Practice 2)

  28. HAY – (There is / are ) (Presentation)

  29. HAY – (Exercise 1)

  30. HAY VS ESTAR  (Exercise 2) 

  31. ANYTHING – That Darned Tricky Word (Presentation) 

  32. ANYTHING (Exercise1)

  33. ANYTHING (Exercise 2)

  34. "Bien" or "Bueno"? – (Presentation)

  35. "Bien" or "Bueno" (Exercise 1)

  36. "Bien" or "Bueno" (Exercise 2)

     
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