SPANISH EXAMPLE SENTENCES

What we call the Grammar of the Spanish Language, is a series of patterns followed by native speakers when speaking or writing in Spanish. Linguists have identified those patterns and compiled them in books. Reading and studying Spanish grammar books helps learning Spanish, but it won’t help you as much as learning to recognize those patterns by yourself, since we retain better what we discover by ourselves.

In this series of articles you will learn how to distinguish different kinds of words inside a sentence and to identify the patterns that determine the relation between those words. This will help you interiorize Spanish grammar naturally and use the language more fluently.

Click on any sentence, and discover what you can learn from it.

Esta flor es muy bonita. Spanish.Esta flor es muy bonita.

 

Ser Imperfect Tense Indicative Example● No compraron el coche porque era muy caro.

 

3-el-concierto-de-anoche-fue-buenisimoEl concierto de anoche fue buenísimo.

 

LEARN SPANISH THROUGH SENTENCES SER FUTURE TENSE INDICATIVEEl día de tu boda será inolvidable.

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