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Start learning Spanish grammar at your own pace

Our Spanish course is fun, interactive and most of all effective. Cover Spanish grammar based on real-life scenarios with in-depth study, covering conversational skills, grammar, listening, reading and writing.

Get started today, building your own lesson plan with classes available round the clock to fit around your busy life.

Learn Spanish grammar without headaches or stress

Spanish is a Neo-Latin language, so its lexical and grammatical bases derive directly from the language of the ancient Romans. The same goes for other Romance languages, such as French, Italian or Portuguese. For this reason, native speakers of these languages will have less difficulty learning Spanish grammar. For native English speakers, these similarities are true to a certain extent as there is no direct familiarity with the Latin language, perhaps more effort is needed.

Lingoda’s online Spanish grammar course provides an in-depth and structured curriculum for A1 to B2 Spanish language students. From beginner to upper intermediate classes, we focus on the fundamentals in order to break down stress and remove confusion.

Try 3 free Spanish grammar lessons

Lesson 1

The indefinite article

A grammar lesson on indeterminative articles and their use.

Lesson 2

Reviewing the perfect tense

Conjugate and use verbs using the perfect tense.

Lesson 3

Uses of the subjunctive: express past emotions

Learn how to use subjunctive in order to express past emotions

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Lingoda’s online Spanish grammar course fits all your needs

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Speak Spanish fast with Language Sprint courses

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Experienced teachers

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A1 to B2 Spanish

French Classes are available for all students starting from Absolute Beginner (A1) to Upper-Intermediate (B2)

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Intensive courses

Speak Spanish fast with Language Sprint courses

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Experienced teachers

Learn with a native speaker and get personalised feedback

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24/7 booking

Flexible class scheduling to fit your needs, day or night

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A1 to B2 Spanish

French Classes are available for all students starting from Absolute Beginner (A1) to Upper-Intermediate (B2)

Understand Spanish grammar in real-life settings

Our lessons are designed to put what you’re learning in a real-life context. The deeper into the language you get, the more you’ll learn. We cover workplace scenarios, social settings and educational scenes, so that you can start practicing your skills in real-time.

Learning the grammar and vocabulary of a language is very important, but not if it just sits there in your head. It’s no good memorizing rules. You need to put what you’ve learned into practice.

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Learning Spanish grammar made easy

Lingoda has more resources to help you learn Spanish grammar

Spanish imperative: Affirmative versus negative

If you learn both affirmative and negative commands in Spanish, you will have a strong grasp of many real-life situations.

Basic verb conjugation in Spanish for beginners

As a beginner trying to learn Spanish at home, knowing the verb conjugation structure in Spanish is important. Let’s go through the basics.

4 common mistakes with Spanish prepositions

Prepositions are short words linking nouns within a sentence to connect people or objects to time and location. Don’t make these mistakes!

Common Spanish adverbs of frequency you need to know

In order to talk about how often you do something, you will need adverbs. Let’s learn some of the most common Spanish adverbs of frequency.

Por vs para in Spanish

In Spanish por and para can cause serious confusion. They both translate as “for” in English but when should you use one or the other?

The subjunctive vs indicative in Spanish and how to get them right

All of us know languages can be moody. Take Spanish, for instance. The language has three moods: imperative, subjunctive and indicative.

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Spanish imperative: Affirmative versus negative

If you learn both affirmative and negative commands in Spanish, you will have a strong grasp of many real-life situations.

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Basic verb conjugation in Spanish for beginners

As a beginner trying to learn Spanish at home, knowing the verb conjugation structure in Spanish is important. Let’s go through the basics.

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4 common mistakes with Spanish prepositions

Prepositions are short words linking nouns within a sentence to connect people or objects to time and location. Don’t make these mistakes!

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Common Spanish adverbs of frequency you need to know

In order to talk about how often you do something, you will need adverbs. Let’s learn some of the most common Spanish adverbs of frequency.

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Por vs para in Spanish

In Spanish por and para can cause serious confusion. They both translate as “for” in English but when should you use one or the other?

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The subjunctive vs indicative in Spanish and how to get them right

All of us know languages can be moody. Take Spanish, for instance. The language has three moods: imperative, subjunctive and indicative.

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Frequently asked questions

There are a lot of complex rules when it comes to Spanish grammar, and Lingoda has created a fun, engaging way to help you get to grips with them. Every lesson will cover elements of grammar, speaking, listening and more.

The lessons will cover various topics including the gender of nouns and their agreements, tenses, sentence structure, subject pronouns and idioms. The syllabus is carefully crafted so you can learn in an interactive way, from word scrambles to matching pairs and fill-in-the gaps. It’s much easier to learn and remember if you’re engaging with the text, as opposed to memorizing rules from a textbook.

Our native-level teacher is there to guide you through the lesson, gently correcting mistakes so you can learn as you go. And there’s always time for questions! The sooner you start speaking and practicing the skills you’ve learned, the better your understanding of Spanish grammar will be.

When it comes to learning a language, you can’t expect to be fluent if you don’t learn the grammar. Spanish grammar is essential when it comes to improving your skills. Of course, vocabulary is important, but what good is it if you don’t know how to construct a sentence? Learning Spanish grammar as part of your online course is the best way to take the necessary steps towards becoming fluent.

The better you understand Spanish grammar, the easier you’ll find it when you’re out and about speaking Spanish. And the more you speak, the more confident you can be.

Every CEFR level of the course has 50 lessons, but none of these are devoted specifically to grammar. Instead, the grammar is woven through every lesson. We try to teach grammar in the context of everyday situations that you’ll likely to find yourself in. We use education, work and social settings so that you can start using Spanish naturally.

The more you can understand Spanish grammar in real-life settings, the easier you’ll find it to put what you’ve learned into practice. Your native-level Spanish teacher will encourage you to speak and practice during the lesson, using grammar in a conversational setting.

So don’t worry, you don’t have to sit and dread the idea of boring grammatical exercises that drag on. The idea of our lessons is that you learn, but it should feel fun.

Our course is specially crafted following CEFR standards, an internationally recognized standard. As part of the syllabus, you’ll tackle some level of Spanish grammar in every class. The depth and nature of the grammar will depend entirely on which level course you are taking. Whichever Spanish grammar online course you take with Lingoda, you’ll have access to tools to worksheets and exercises to review your learning.

If you’re not sure of your Lingoda level, you can take our free CEFR assessment. Answer a few short questions and we can analyze what you already know and advise which level of the course is right for you. We cover everything from A1, for complete beginners, to C1 which is for native-level or fluent speakers. The more advanced your standard of Spanish the more challenging the grammar will be.

At an A1 level you might spend time understanding the gender of nouns, and the agreement of the definitive article. Further down the course, you’ll tackle complex sentence structure and in-depth tenses. Remember, if there’s something specific you want to work on you can always book a 1:1 lesson with one of our teachers who will be happy to guide you.

All you need is a laptop or computer, a stable internet connection and the video conferencing platform Zoom. At Lingoda, we want to make language learning accessible to everyone, so it really is as straightforward as that.

Once you’ve signed up as a Lingoda student you can start booking your classes straight away, including Spanish grammar classes.

When you learn with Lingoda, you’ll be taking classes in real-time with a native-level speaker. The benefit of this is that you get tailored corrections on everything from your grammar to your pronunciation. You’ll get to start putting what you’ve learned into practice straight away, talking to your teacher and the other students.

Our teachers are certified and passionate – teaching is not just a hobby for them. They’re ready to answer any question you might have. And there’s no such thing as a stupid question. It’s all a step in the right direction to help you on your language journey.

Of course, it’s a great idea when learning Spanish to immerse yourself in their famous telenovelas, filled with drama and emotion. You can also listen to Spanish music and podcasts or read Spanish books. But really – the best way to start seeing results is to start speaking Spanish daily. The more you can practice what you’ve learned in each class, the faster you’ll see results.

Try and challenge yourself between classes to use what you’ve learned at least once. You can always practice between classes using the Lingoda student platform where you’ll find annotated PDFs from your teachers, or quizzes to brush up on old skills.

When it comes to Spanish grammar lessons, you’re really in control of how much you want to get out of it.

Our syllabus has been carefully crafted by language experts following the CEFR. Our Spanish courses cover levels A1 complete novice, moving up to B2. At each stage, you’ll receive a certificate to acknowledge your achievement. These certificates will be recognized and acknowledged by workplaces and educational establishments. So you can link them to your CV or profile online to show your commitment to your language learning journey.