Grammar Matters

Hola Estudiantes,

Here you will find common grammar questions explained, so you can review them as often as needed.  Hope it helps 🙂


Grammar is important to write well. But language learning is more than grammar rules. 

Here is a quote from Maria from Why Not Spanish? 

“Learning Spanish shouldn’t be all about learning grammar.

In fact, grammar shouldn’t be the core of what you learn.

Instead, focus on common frequent expressions and what they mean in a context.

Then imitate it and use it yourself.”


How to change translation setting on YouTube videos:


Reading in Spanish – Yes, you will find grammar tips in this video.


How to Use Articles in Spanish 


Spanish has info. on grammar/definite article


3 Ways of Making Plurals in Spanish 


How to Use Personal Pronouns in Spanish 


How  to use Possessives in Spanish – Part 1 


How to use Possessives in Spanish – Part 2


Listen to Maria from Why Not Spanish? And yes, I screen recorded this from Instagram!  Haha, but it is that good and you are worth it.


Subject Pronouns by spanishisyouramigo   ¡Esta chica es excelente!


Preposiciones  =  Prepositions


Conjugate Regular Verbs in Spanish 


Spanish 101: The Present – Verb Conjugation by Super Holly. 


Yes!  Conjugating verbs made easier!  Kristen is an amazing maestra.  

These videos will start you on your journey.


Verbs followed by infinitive -4 basic rules by Davenport Spanish


Here are 10 most common Spanish verbs to use daily!  Scroll DOWN till you get to the list starting with Ser.


Good chart for reflexive verbs with pronouns.


Are you an ambitious learner?  I found a treasure trove of excellent videos at youtube.

YOU can learn a lot of grammar from videos like this:


Another Spanish speaker trying to explain why B and V are or are not pronounced the same. 


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What is the difference between Bien and Buen?
Bien is an adverb (meaning well) and buen is an adjective (meaning good)
– Lo hiciste bien. (You did it well)
Buen is used in from of a masculine noun, while bueno/a is used after the noun:
– Fue un buen viaje. (It was a good trip)
– El viaje fue bueno. (The trip was good)

As a general rule, adjectives generally go after the noun, and the sentence will have a more literal meaning. When coming before a noun, an adjective generally takes on a more figurative, poetic, or literary sense.


Below is a good chart to help you remember when to use the Spanish “To Be” verbs:  Ser and Estar.

Ser vs Estar: The Only Guide You'll Ever Need | BaseLang