Grammar Tips

Welcome to Happy Languages’ Spanish grammar tips page! You can easily find the grammar topic you are interested in and learn more about it!

If you have any doubts, please leave a comment on the grammar tip’s page and we will be happy to help!

 

LevelTopicSee more
 A1NumbersHere
 A1GreetingsHere
 A1Introducing YourselfHere
 A1Masculine and FeminineHere
 A1Singular and PluralHere
 A1ArticlesHere
 A1How to say the TimeHere
 A1Reflexive PronounsHere
A1Ser or EstarHere
A1Cuánto adjective and adverbHere
A1How to use the verb Tener in SpanishHere
A1Possessive AdjectivesHere
A1Demonstrative AdjectivesHere
A1Verb Gustar in Spanish (I)Here
A1Verb Gustar in Spanish (II)Here
A1Present Tense in SpanishHere
A1Hacer Conjugation: Present TenseHere
A2Direct Object Pronouns in SpanishHere
A2Estar Plus Gerundio in SpanishHere
A2Spanish Irregular Present Tense VerbsHere
A2Present Tense – Spanish Verbs with DiptongaciónHere
A2The near future in Spanish – El Futuro inmediatoHere
A2Spanish AdverbsHere
A2Interrogative Adverbs in SpanishHere
A2Spanish PrepositionsHere
A2Spanish False FriendsHere
A2How to use Imperfecto in SpanishHere
A2Spanish ComparativesHere
A2Spanish Absolute SuperlativeHere
A2Spanish Relative SuperlativeHere
A2El Pretérito PerfectoHere
A2La Negación in SpanishHere
A2Spanish Reflexive VerbsHere
A2Spanish ImperativeHere
A2Spanish Possessive PronounsHere
B1Spanish ConnectivesHere
B1The Simple Conditional in SpanishHere
B1Spanish Verbs with PrepositionsHere
B1The Present Subjunctive in SpanishHere
B1El Pretérito PluscuamperfectoHere
B1Spanish Passive VoiceHere
B1Spanish Simple PastHere
B1Spanish Object Pronouns PlacementHere
B1Spanish Imperfect ProgressiveHere
B1Spanish Pasiva ReflejaHere
B1Time Expressions in SpanishHere
B1Spanish Accent MarksHere
B1The imperfect subjunctive in SpanishHere
B1Verb VenirHere
B1Verb HaberHere

Spanish Quiz

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LevelTopicSee More
A1Greetings in SpanishHere
A1Introducing Yourself in SpanishHere
A1Spanish NumbersHere
A1Masculine and FeminineHere
A1Singular and PluralHere
A1Spanish ArticlesHere
A1How to Say The TimeHere
A1Ser or EstarHere
A1Cuánto adjective and adverbHere
A1Verb TenerHere
A1Possessive AdjectivesHere
A1Demonstrative AdjectivesHere
A1Verb Gustar in Spanish (I)Here
A1Verb Gustar in Spanish (II)Here
A1Present Tense in SpanishHere
A1Hacer Conjugation: Present TenseHere
A2Direct Object Pronouns in SpanishHere
A2Estar Plus Gerundio in SpanishHere
A2Spanish Irregular Present Tense VerbsHere
A2Present Tense – Spanish Verbs with DiptongaciónHere
A2The Near Future in Spanish. El Futuro inmediatoHere
A2Spanish AdverbsHere
A2Interrogative Adverbs in SpanishHere
A2Spanish PrepositionsHere
A2Spanish False FriendsHere
A2Imperfect Tense in SpanishHere
A2Spanish ComparativesHere
A2Spanish Absolute SuperlativeHere
A2Spanish Relative SuperlativeHere
A2Spanish Préterito PerfectoHere
A2 La Negación in SpanishHere
A2Spanish Reflexive VerbsHere
A2Spanish ImperativeHere
A2Spanish Possessive PronounsHere
B1Spanish ConnectivesHere
B1The Simple Conditional in SpanishHere
B1Spanish Verbs With PrepositionsHere
B1The Present Subjunctive in SpanishHere
B1El Pretérito PluscuamperfectoHere
B1Spanish Passive VoiceHere
B1Spanish Simple PastHere
B1Spanish Object Pronouns PlacementHere
B1Spanish Imperfect ProgressiveHere
B1Spanish Pasiva ReflejaHere
B1Time Expressions in SpanishHere
B1Spanish Accent MarksHere
B1The imperfect subjunctive in SpanishHere

Spanish Idiomatic Expressions

LevelIdiomatic ExpressionSee More
A2Ser Pan ComidoHere
A2Echar Agua Al MarHere
A2No Hay TutíaHere
A2Quedarse De PiedraHere
A2Tener Un Humor De PerrosHere
A2Al Mal Tiempo, Buena CaraHere
A2Ser un melónHere
B1Dar La Vuelta a La TortillaHere
B1Costar Un Ojo De La CaraHere
B1Estar Sin BlancaHere
B1Ser Del Año De La PeraHere
B1Empezar La Casa Por El TejadoHere
B1Llover a cántarosHere
B1Dos Pájaros de un TiroHere
B1Tener Sangre AzulHere
B1Ponerse De Mala LecheHere
B1Temblar Como Un FlanHere
B1Ser Como Buscar Una Aguja En Un PajarHere
B1Dormirse En Los LaurelesHere
B1Ser Un Ave NocturnaHere
B1Estar Hecho Un AjíHere
B1Tener Memoria De PezHere
B1Tener La NegraHere
B1No Tener Ni Pies Ni CabezaHere
B1No Importar Un PimientoHere
B1No Pegar OjoHere
B1Perro Ladrador, Poco MordedorHere
B1Pasar La Noche En BlancoHere
B2Acostarse Con Las GallinasHere
B2Pedir Peras Al OlmoHere
B2Poner El Dedo En La LlagaHere
B2Encontrar Tu Media NaranjaHere
B2Echar Leña Al FuegoHere
B2Ponerse Como Un TomateHere
B2Dar Gato Por LiebreHere
B2Dormir A Pierna SueltaHere
B2Estar Hasta Las NaricesHere
B2Verlo Todo De Color De RosaHere
B2Andarse Por Las RamasHere
B2De Tal Palo, Tal AstillaHere
B2Cuando Se Cierra Una Puerta, Se Abre Una VentanaHere
B2Ponerse MoradoHere

Spanish Video Tutorials

LevelTutorialSee More
A1Introducing Yourself in SpanishHere
A1How to use accent in SpanishHere
A1Uses of TenerHere
A1How To Ask For DirectionsHere
A1How To Express Time In SpanishHere
A1How To Describe The Weather In SpanishHere
A1Spanish False FriendsHere
A1Spanish ArticlesHere
A1Masculine And Feminine In SpanishHere
A1Difference Between Ser and EstarHere
A1Spanish PronunciationHere
A1Uses Of Tú and UstedHere
A1Some Spanish VocabularyHere
A1Asking Questions In SpanishHere
A1Pub Essentials In SpanishHere
A2Uses Of Por And ParaHere
A2Go Shopping in SpanishHere
A2Hw to order in a Restaurant is SpanishHere
A2Presente and Estar Mas GerundioHere
B1Imperfecto And Pretérito Perfecto SimpleHere

 

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