Yuri’s Spanish Grammar
Our Spanish cards are organised into two parts: Basic to Intermediate and Intermediate to Advanced.
Basic to Intermediate
In the first part of the Spanish series, we’ve packed over 30 grammar charts covering the basics – pronouns, possessives, prepositions, adjectives, and more. Plus, we’ve got you covered on verb endings for present, past, imperfect, conditional, and future tenses. From definite articles to wh-questions, it’s all in there!
It’s perfect for students sitting Junior and Leaving Cert exams.
Here are some grammar topics you will find in the Basic to Intermediate-level Spanish card:
- Definite and Indefinite articles
- Personal Pronouns
- Reflexive pronouns and verbs
- Frequency adverbs
- Verb tenses (present, past, imperfect, future, conditional)
- List of common regular and irregular verbs
- The negative
- Time expressions
This card has all the foundation grammar that you need to know when studying Spanish, from basic up to an intermediate level.
This card is suitable for anyone starting with a basic understanding of the Spanish language.
When you buy the cards, you also have access to a free PDF resource that you can download and print. This resource provides a step-by-step guide on how to use your card effectively. It explains the meaning of each colour used and gives a detailed explanation of each table with examples to help you understand the content better.
Intermediate to Advanced
In this card, you will find 30 charts with more elaborate grammar, formulas, and examples for clarity.
We’ve dedicated one page to the subjunctive as this topic tends to be confusing for students.
Some of the grammar topics you will find in the Intermediate to Advanced level Spanish card:
- Compound tenses
- Irregular verbs in participio pasado
- Haber in different tenses
- Expressions with hacer, estar, tener and dar
- The subjunctive in the present and past
- Uses of the subjunctive
- Pluscuamperfecto de subjuntivo
- Concordancia de tiempos
- The conditional in different tenses
- The imperative
- Direct and indirect speech
- Expressions and uses of por and para
- Verbs with prepositions
The charts are displayed in a set of colours to help you easily identify the word you need.
The cards are a quick and handy reference guide to keep by your side when in class or for independent studying. They are great for exam studying, for reference and for practising.