Step-by-Step Spanish Grammar Course

Step-by-Step Spanish Grammar Course requires no formal exposure to Spanish grammar. The course is designed to give learners of Spanish a basic grammar and vocabulary foundation or as a review tool before moving to more advanced courses.

This course takes a practical approach. It does not focus on rules and definitions, but it studies how words work and what they do in sentences. Each topic or grammar concept is clearly explained with relevant graphic and illustrations (download a sample).

The material is presented in an easy, step-by-step format. As the learner moves through its nine units (see list of contents), they will gain an understanding of the basic principles of the Spanish language, presented in real-life scenarios.

Each unit is organized into four sections:

  • Grammar presentation with great numbers examples to make comprehension possible without wordy explanations (see a sample).
  • Worksheet with review exercises and answer keys to provide the learner with the opportunity to test his or her skills (see a sample).
  • Quizzes online a more enjoyable way to improve your Spanish (see a sample).
  • Final assessment to be check by a personal tutor (see a sample).

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1.01 What Is a Noun?
1.02 Number of Spanish Nouns
1.03 Gender of Spanish Nouns
1.04 Spanish Noun Endings
1.05 Spanish Nouns and Articles
1.06 Nouns as Subjects
1.07 Nouns Showing Possession
1.08 When Verbs Expand to Include Objects: Direct Objects
1.09 Another Type of Object: Objects of Prepositions
1.10 Details About Chapter Sequence
1.11 Overview of Spanish Nouns
2.01 Adjectives Overview
2.02 Descriptive Adjectives
2.03 Number and Gender of Descriptive Adjectives
2.04 Limiting Adjectives
2.05 Subjects: How to Form a Unit
2.06 A Practical Approach: When Adjectives Count
2.07 Details About Chapter Sequence
2.08 Overview of Spanish Adjectives
2.09 Spanish Adjective Practice
3.01 Part One and Part Two Overview
3.02 Introduction
3.03 Common Spanish Personal Pronouns
3.04 Grammar Person
3.05 Number of Spanish Personal Pronouns
3.06 Gender of Spanish Personal Pronouns
3.07 Pronouns Pointing Out People or Things
3.08 Pronouns Forming Questions
3.09 Introduction: “You” Alert 87
3.10 Singular Pronouns: and Usted
3.11 Plural Pronoun: Ustedes
3.12 A Great Start: Using Subject Pronouns
3.13 Overview of Subject and Direct Object Pronouns
3.14 Direct Object Pronouns
3.15 A Different Job: Object Pronouns with Prepositions
3.16 Details About Chapter Sequence
4.01 Verbs Overview
4.02 Verb Families, Regular Verbs, and Verb Stems
4.03 English and Spanish Subject-Verb Connection
4.04 Stem-Changing Verbs
4.05 Irregular Verbs
4.06 Spanish Helping Verb Estar
4.07 Reflexive Verbs: Stating Names
4.08 Verb Tenses: Verbs Express Time
4.09 Using Gustar
4.10 Using Hay
4.11 Details About Chapter Sequence
5.01 What Is an Adverb?
 5.02 Adverbs of Manner
 5.03 Adverbs of Time
 5.04 Adverbs of Location 152
 5.05 Adverbs Used to Form Questions
 5.06 Details About Chapter Sequence
6.01 What Is a Preposition?
 6.02 What Prepositions Express
6.03 Prepositions Expressing Direction and Location; Prepositional Contractions
6.04 The Preposition a: Expressing Time in Questions and Answers
6.05 The Preposition de: Expressing Possession and Origin
6.06 Verbs with Prepositions
6.07 Prepositional Phrases
6.08 Overview: Nouns and Pronouns as Subjects and Objects
6.09 Details About Chapter Sequence
7.01 What Is a Conjunction?
7.02 Two Common Conjunctions
7.03 Details About Chapter Sequence
8.01 What Is an Interjection?
8.02 Details About Chapter Sequence


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