Verbs

Verbs

Learn the difference between “ser” and “estar”, how to conjugate verbs in Spanish, reflexive verbs, the subjunctive vs. the indicative, and more.

"Ser" vs. "Estar"
Subjunctive vs. Indicative in Spanish
Spanish Imperfect Subjunctive
Preterite Tense Forms
Imperfect Tense Forms
Spanish Indicative Mood
Affirmative Informal (Tú) Commands
Reflexive Verbs and Reflexive Pronouns
"Saber" vs. "Conocer"
Preterite vs. Imperfect in Spanish
Spanish Present Perfect Subjunctive
Present Perfect
Formal Affirmative and Negative Commands
Spanish Present Tense Forms
Spanish Present Subjunctive
Negative Informal "Tú" Commands
Spanish Imperative Mood
Infinitives in Spanish
Simple Future Regular Forms and Tenses
Present Participles in Spanish
Stem-Changing Verbs
Spanish Present Progressive Forms
Conditional Tense
Verbs like "Gustar"
"Nosotros" Commands
Spanish Verb Types
Reciprocal Verbs and Reciprocal Pronouns
Spanish Imperfect Progressive Tense
Irregular Spanish Past Participles
Spanish Irregular Present Tense Verbs
Conditional Perfect Forms and Uses
Past Perfect Forms and Uses
Irregular Simple Future Forms
Expressing Emotions with the Subjunctive
Impersonal Expressions with the Subjunctive
Using "Ojalá" with the Subjunctive
Expressing Wishes and Desires with the Subjunctive
Expressing Recommendations and Requests with the Subjunctive
Expressing Doubt and Denial with the Subjunctive
Spanish Future Perfect Indicative
Verbs that Change Meaning in the Preterite
Spelling Changes in the Preterite
Time Expressions with "Hacer"
Past Participle in Spanish
Active vs. Passive Voice
More on Spanish Infinitives
Using "Ser" With Descriptions
Using Ser with Origins
Using Ser with Time
Using "Estar" with Conditions
Using Estar with Locations
"Ir" and "Irse" in Spanish
"Pedir" vs. "Preguntar" in Spanish
Expressing Uncertainty or Conditional Outcomes with the Subjunctive
Gerunds in Spanish
"Que" Commands and Infinitive Commands
Verbal Periphrasis in Spanish
Spanish Preterite Perfect Tense
Informal Future in Spanish
Spanish Copular Verbs
Spanish Future Subjunctive
Spanish Future Perfect Subjunctive
Past Perfect Subjunctive Forms
Spanish Preterite Stem Changes
When to Use "Soy" vs. "Estoy"
Spanish Subjunctive
What Does "¿Cómo Está Usted?" Mean?
Quick Tips for Understanding "Ser" and "Estar"