Spanish Conditional Tense

There are three main types of the conditional, with a number of variations within each type. In English, type 1 has a present simple in…

Spanish Future Tense

The future tense is formed in two ways: the informal future, which consists of adding “ir + a + infinitive, and the simple future which…

Spanish Past Participles

A past participle is a very useful verb form that can be used as an adjective or as part of a perfect tense when is…

Spanish Superlative

One of the most common ways to describe someone or something in Spanish is to compare it against something similar. If you think about it, people compare…

Spanish Comparative

Comparatives are one of those things that often come up when you’re learning a new language. Comparatives are words or structures you can use to make…

Spanish Conditional Perfect Tense

The conditional perfect tense indicates what would have happened if certain circumstances came to pass. Unfortunately, it never happened. Think of it as a speculation.…

Spanish Present Perfect Tense

The present perfect tense is formed by the auxiliary verb “has,” or “have,” “haber,”plus the past participle. Remember that the past participle is formed by…