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SPANISH GRAMMAR AND PRACTICE LIST OF TOPICS
1   Nouns: the gender of things: la mujer, el coche, la flor.... Sample A1
2   Nouns: forming the plural and special cases: los libros, los peces, las tijeras... A1
3   Determinate articles: el, la, los, las A1
4   Indeterminate articles: un, una, unos, unas A1
5   Determinate,  indeterminate or non articles. A1
6   Demonstratives: este, ese aquel..., esto, eso aquello... A1
7   Possessives: mi, tu, su..., mío, tuyo, suyo... A1
8   Indefinite adjectives A1
9   Indefinite pronouns  A1
10   Cardinal and ordinal numbers: uno, dos...., primero, segundo... A1
11   Word order A1
12   Using adjectives, making them agree and colocation: el coche rojo, la flor roja... A1
13   Comparison strategies A1
14   Questions and negative sentences A1
15   Introduction, what is a pronoun and type of pronouns and subject pronouns: yo, tú, él... A1
16   Reflexive pronouns and reflexive verbs I: me, te, se, nos... A1
17   Direct object pronouns: me, te, lo/la, nos.... A1
18   Indirect object pronouns: me, te, le, nos... A1
19   Pronouns with a preposition: a mí, a tí, a él... A1
20   Introductions, what is an infinitive, the conjugation, the agreement... A1
21   Present tense: uses and conjugation of the regulars verbs A1
22   Present tense: conjugation of the irregular verbs   A1
23   Periphrastic verbs: van a salir (he is going to leave), están saliendo (he is leaving)… A1
24   Ser and Estar I Sample A1
25   Potential confusion between haber and tener A1
26   Verbs like gustar: me gusta, me encanta, me duele... Sample A1
27   Prepositions: encima, debajo, al lado de ..... A1
28   Prepositions: por and para I A1
29   The preterit (pretérito indefinido): uses and regular verbs A2
30   The preterit (pretérito indefinido): irregular verbs Sample A2
31   The perfect tense (pretérito perfecto de indicativo): conjugations and main uses A2
32   The perfect tense (pretérito perfecto de indicativo): differences of use between America and Spain A2
33   Contrast between preterit and perfect tense: hablé/he hablado... A2
34   The imperfect tense (pretérito imperfecto de indicativo): meaning, regular and irregular forms. Sample A2
35   Uses of the Imperfect: Describing qualities and habitual situations A2
36   Uses of the Imperfect: Describing temporary situations and circumstances in the past. A2
37   Contrast between preterit and imperfect: hablé, hablaba... A2
38   Contrast between past tenses: viajé, ha viajado, viajaba... A2
39   The imperative affirmative: habla, hable, come, coma.... A2
40   The Imperative negative: no hables, no comas, no vivas... A2
41   The Imperative with pronouns: Dímelo / No me lo digas A2
42   The future tense, uses and regular and irregular verbs: hablaré, tendré, diré... A2
43   Ways of expressing the future: viajo, voy a viajar, viajaré... A2
44   The conditional tense, uses and regular and irregular verbs: hablaría, tendría, diría... A2
45   Conditional sentences I: Si vienes, llámame A2
46   Reflexive pronouns and reflexive verbs II A2
47   Further information about object pronouns A2
48   Impersonal constructions with "se" A2
49   Indirect Speech I: me dijo que vendría A2
50   Ser and Estar II A2
51   Indefinite adjectives and pronouns: algún, alguno, unos, ninguno... A2
52   Adverbs and time expression A2
53   Conjunctions A2
54   Prepositions: por and para II A2
55   Verbs with preposition A2
56   Verbs with specific difficulties I A2
57   Pluperfect tense: había hablado, había visto... B1
58   Combinations of past tenses B1
59   Notes about the subjunctive: espero que venga, ojalá venga, no creo que venga... Sample B1
60   Formation of the present: hable, coma, viva... B1
61   Formation of the imperfecto: hablara(-se), comiera(-se), viviera(-se)… B1
62   Formation of the  compound tenses: haya hablado, hubiera(se) hablado... B1
63   Comparing all the subjunctive tenses: venga, haya venido, viniera, hubiera venido... B1
64   Indicative,  infinitive or subjunctive B1
65   More about the subjunctive B1
66   Indirect Speech II B1
67   The passives sentences and its alternatives B1
68   Other ways of expressing an English passive in Spanish and misleading "English passives" B1
69   Joining sentences: y, o, per, sino, porque, cuando, si, que... B1
70   Ser and Estar III B1
71   Words with meaning changes when used with ser or estar B1
72   Verbs of becoming  B1
73   Verbs with specific difficulties II B1
74   Verbs with prepositions II B1
75   Prepositions and conjunctions B1
76   Prepositions: por and para III B1
77   The future perfect tense: habré hablado.. B1
78   The conditional perfect tense: habría hablado... B1
79   Conditional sentences II: Si fuera rico...., si lo hubiera sabido... Sample B1
80   Final sentences B1
81   More on syntax: concession, purpose... B1
82   Object pronouns: loismo, leismo, laismo B1
83   More about articles, the neuter "lo". B1
84   Spelling and written accents B1
 
 

 

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