Some time ago I came across a very useful compendium of Spanish grammar put together by Robert Tchaidze based on his study experiences at Casa Xelajú in Xela, Guatemala; Academia Falcón in Guanajuato, Mexico; Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland (USA); and I.L.E.E. in Argentina.
As his site doesn’t reach that many folks who might benefit from his diligent efforts I contacted him and asked if I could reproduce the guide here on dado que and he was gracious enough to agree. Enjoy!
- Ser vs Estar
- Saber vs Conocer
- Por vs Para
- Object Pronouns — Direct, Indirect and Reflexive
- Demonstrative Adjectives and Pronouns
- Preterite vs Imperfect
- 3 Types Of Hypothesizing
- Summary of Subjunctive
- Verbs that Change Meaning in Preterite
- These Verbs are Followed by …
- Telling Time
- Expressing Likes and Dislikes
- Personal A
- Passive Voice
- Expressing Duration of the Action
- Ir a
- Talking about Temperature
Download This Guide
Download my (only slightly) revised version of all the files of this Grammar Guide in one zip archive. or download Robert’s original version.