SPANISH

The Spanish Grammar Card is divided into two parts: Basic to Intermediate and Intermediate to Advanced. Both levels cover all the essential grammar any Spanish learner needs to know.

Spanish - Basic to Intermediate

It covers levels: A1, A2, B1, B2
Suitable for:
  • Anyone starting with a basic understanding of the Spanish language.
  • Anyone with an A1, A2, B1 or B2 level.
  • Students that will sit the Junior Certificate (1st to 3rd year)
  • Students that will sit the Irish State Exams (4th to 6th year)
  • Anyone with an intermediate or advanced level looking to reinforce the foundational grammar.
In the first part of the Spanish series, you’ll find over 30 grammar charts covering various word classes such as pronouns, possessives, prepositions, adjectives, articles, and more. You will also find charts with verb endings for different tenses like present, past, imperfect, conditional, and future.
To make things easier, the charts are colour-coded for quick identification of relevant words. Each table stands on its own, allowing you to concentrate on the chart related to the topic that you are studying solo or in class. This card is great for secondary and university students, as well as adult Spanish learners.
If you’re preparing for the Junior or the Leaving Certificate, this card is the perfect companion. It contains all the necessary grammar information required for the Junior Cert exams. You can rely on it to cover all the essential topics. If you’re a Leaving Certificate student, this card is essential, as it focuses on the foundational grammar you must know thoroughly. It’s a reliable tool to help you grasp the concepts and be fully prepared for the exam.
Here are some of the grammar topics you will find in the Basic to Intermediate Spanish card:
    • Definite and indefinite articles (el, la, los, las, un, uno unos, unas)
    • Personal pronouns (yo, tú, él, ella…)
    • Wh-Questions (¿Qué? ¿Cuándo? ¿Dónde?)
    • Possessives (mi, tu, su, suyo…)
    • A chart with 36 common masculine, feminine, singular, and plural adjectives.
    • Reflexive pronouns and verbs (me levanto…)
    • Frequency adverbs (siempre, a veces, nunca)
    • Verb tenses:
      •  Present (yo trabajo)
      •  Past (yo trabajé)
      •  Imperfect (yo trabajaba)
      •  Future x 2 (yo trabajaré, yo voy a trabajar)
      • Conditional (yo trabajaría)
    • List of common regular and irregular verbs in the present tense.
    • Demonstratives in masculine, feminine, neuter, singular and plural (este, ese, aquel, estos)
    • Direct and indirect object (me, te, lo, nos…)
    • Verbs that change vowels in the present and the past (dormir-duermo, preferir-prefirieron)
    • Time expressions (ayer, mañana, dentro de un mes…)
    • Keywords (y, o, con, sin…)
 
When you buy the card, you’ll have access to a free PDF resource 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.

Spanish - Intermediate to Advanced

It covers levels: B1, B2, C1, C2
Suitable for:
  • Anyone with a good grasp of Spanish who wants to take their skills to the next level.
  • Students with a B1, B2, C1 or C2 level.
  • Students preparing for the Leaving Certificate.
  • Anyone with an intermediate or advanced level looking to strengthen grammar topics.
Our Intermediate to Advanced Spanish card is packed with 30 charts that cover more complex grammar. Each chart breaks down structures with formulas and examples to make it all click. We know the subjunctive can be a head-scratcher, so we’ve dedicated a whole page to it.
Each table stands alone; this allows you to concentrate on the chart related to what you’re learning solo or in class. The Advanced Spanish Grammar Card is a handy tool that simplifies complex grammar rules, making them easier to grasp and remember.
Some of the grammar topics you will find in the Intermediate to Advanced Spanish card:
  • Compound tenses (he hablado, había hablado, habré hablado…)
  • Irregular verbs in past participle (decir-dicho, ver-visto…)
  • Haber in different tenses (hubo, habría, haya…)
  • Practical expressions with hacer, estar, tener and dar.
  • The subjunctive in the present and the past (…que viva, …que viviera)
  • Uses of the subjunctive
  • Pluscuamperfecto de subjuntivo (que haya vivido)
  • Concordancia de tiempos (Quiero que vayas. Quería que fueras.)
  • The conditional in different tenses (Si tuviera más tiempo, viajaría más)
  • The imperative in affirmative and negative (¡Ven! ¡No vengas!)
  • Direct and indirect speech (Dijo que le llamara)
  • Expressions and uses of por and para (por casualidad, para colmo)
  • Verbs with prepositions (Volver a…, quejarse de…, dejar de…)
 
When you buy the card, you’ll 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.
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