Learn Spanish Grammar NOW! by Minute Help Guides

Learn Spanish Grammar NOW!

By Minute Help Guides

  • Release Date: 2011-08-02
  • Genre: Reference
Score: 3
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Spanish is one of the largest, most widely spoken languages in the world. If you live in the US, chances are you know someone who speaks it. Spanish, next to Mandarin Chinese, is probably one of the most economically advantageous languages to learn. Being able to communicate in Spanish can add a few extra thousand dollars to your yearly paycheck, as well as endear you to the Spanish speaking community where you live. But don't just do it for the money; the Spanish language is responsible for some of the most beautiful music, films, and literature in the world. Having access to this extraordinarily rich culture is reason enough to start learning Spanish.

This guide provides a quick survey of Spanish grammar, providing easy-to-understand information on nouns, verbs, adjectives, and all the other grammatical nuances that you need to know to go out there and start speaking. It's a brief guide, but don't worry...Spanish is not that complicated!

If you're just starting out or have taken classes previously and need a refresher, this guide will help you. Get ready to learn Spanish grammar NOW!


  • A Mistake

    By sorry4ever
    I like the book; although I am still reading it. However, I have found one mistake so far. The mistake is in the chapter concerning Irregular Verbs. The author writes seven Spanish verbs in one column, then gives their English meanings in another column below the Spanish one, but leaves one word meaning out. The problem could have been caused by the author giving two words in English for one Spanish word in order to make the meaning clear. However, it appeared that the author miscounted the total words. To sum it up, there are seven Spanish words but only six English translations for them. Perhaps it would have been easier if the words were in a chart with the Spanish verbs on one side and their English translations opposite them. It would also make it easier on the readers' eyes. It's not a big deal, as I can always look up the word. But I have the book. It seems a bit inconvenient to have to stop what I am doing. Hopefully, there aren't too many more errors yet to come. I will try to update my review if and when possible. Thank you.