If Spanish (or another romance language) isn't your first language, weeding through the Spanish grammar structures can be a real headache. From deciding between ser and estar or por and para to tweaking comparatives and superlatives to get just the right meaning across, this guide helps you untangle a confusing ball of words into consistent grammatical rules. Whether you're just learning Spanish or scratching your head for the best way to teach your students new concepts, we present a rotating selection of lesson plans, hints and tricks from teachers and language experts that know what it's like on both sides of the chalkboard.
|Using Google Translation: English to Spanish Tips
If you need to quickly find out what a Spanish phrase means or how to write something in Spanish, Google translation English to Spanish is a great starting point....