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- 75. "Hace ..." to mean "ago"
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- 84. Subjunctive VIII: Actions not yet completed
- 85. Rel. Pronouns - que
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- 88. Rel. Adjective - cuyo
- 89. Rel. Pronouns and Adjectives - Review
- 90. Formal Commands
- 91. Inform. Commands - tú
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- 93. Using Object Pronouns with Commands
- 94. Commands Review I
- 95. Informal Commands - vosotros
- 96. 1st Person Commands - nosotros
- 97. Indirect Commands
- 98. Commands Review II
- 100. Past Participle
- 101. Present Perfect
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- 103. Future Perfect
- 104. Conditional
- 105. Imperfect Subjunctive I
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- 108. Rules of Accentuation
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An intermediate learner is someone who already has a large vocabulary in Spanish and knows how to communicate basic messages. The challenge for an intermediate learner now is to communicate using the correct grammar.
For this reason, today you are going to put your previous knowledge into practice with these Spanish grammar exercises!
Note: This is a “practical” type of post, not a “theoretical” one. This means you won’t find in-detail explanations of each concept here, just a quick reminder of the subject, and then we’ll focus on the exercises.
Spanish prepositions are words that you use to connect two parts of a sentence. Fortunately, Spanish prepositions never change, and they have no gender or number. So, that’s one thing less to worry about!
In Spanish, you have 23 prepositions to work with:
A, ante, bajo, cabe, con, contra, de, desde, en, entre, hacia, hasta, para, por, según, sin, so, sobre, tras, durante, mediante, versus and vía .
However, cabe and so are not used anymore, while versus is mostly used for sports matches, not in conversation. The use of mediante and vía is not very common either. That leaves us with only 18 common prepositions, so let’s focus on those!
Use the right preposition in the following Spanish grammar exercises (answers below):
1.Estoy ________ el cine. – I’m at the cinema.
2. Hicimos esto ________ ti. – We did this for you.
3. La playa debe estar cerca, ________ el mapa. – The beach should be near, according to the map.
4. Ellos bailaron ________ la lluvia. – They danced under the rain.
5. Fuimos ________ ella. – We went after her.
6. Vamos ________ España . – Let’s go to Spain.
7. La casa ________ Frida es azul. – Frida ’s house is blue. (The house of Frida is blue.)
8. Juan vino ________ Perú. – Juan came from Perú.
9. Nos comimos la hamburguesa ________ los dos. – We ate the burger between the two of us.
10. Fuimos ________ mis amigos. – We went with my friends.
11. El coche chocó ________ el muro. – The car crashed against the wall.
12. Comimos pizza ________ el partido. – We ate pizza during the match.
13. Mis hermanos llegarán ________ mañana. – My brothers will arrive until tomorrow.
14. Ese regalo es ________ Miguel. – That present is for Miguel.
15. María se presentó ________ el juez. – María appeared before the judge.
16. Me gusta el café ________ azúcar. – I like coffee without sugar.
17. Ana venía caminando ________ mí. – Ana was walking towards me.
18. Pon la comida ________ la mesa. – Put the food on the table.
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In some cases, more than one preposition could have been used, so don’t worry too much if you didn’t get all of them right. However, how do you know which one to use? The context is always helpful and, in this case, the bold word in the English translation was the clue.
Verbs with Prepositions
In Spanish, some verbs need an accompanying preposition to be complete, as if they were married. Let’s see some of the most common verbs that require a preposition to make sense in Spanish:
llamar a – to call
acercarse a – to approach
casarse con – to marry with
contar con – to count on
abusar de – to abuse
acordarse de – to remember to
dejar de – to stop
enamorarse de – to fall in love with
tratar de – to try
confiar en – to trust in
pensar en – to think about
Apply the correct verb with its preposition in the following Spanish grammar exercises (answers below):
1. Voy a _______________ José. – I’m going to call José.
2. Estoy _______________ Isabel. – I’m in love with Isabel.
3. No puedo _______________ ti.
4. Puedes _______________ tu familia.
5. Jorge _______________ su posición.
6. Nos estamos _______________ su casa.
7. No puedo dejar de _______________ ella.
8. Voy a _______________ llegar temprano.
9. ¿Por qué te _______________ él?
10. ________________ comprar hielo.
A lot of verbs in Spanish require a preposition to function properly and it doesn’t make sense to try to memorize them all. The key is to understand the grammatical relationship between verbs and prepositions, and then you’ll be able to create your own verbs with prepositions even if it wasn’t something you were explicitly taught.
In Spanish you have two kinds of superlatives: the relative and the absolute.
The relative superlative differentiates an object or person from a group by maximizing or minimizing its qualities. You can easily identify it with the words el/la más (the most) in singular or los/las más in plural. If you add the word menos instead of más , you have “the least one.”
Fernanda es la más guapa del equipo. – Fernanda is the most beautiful girl in the team.
Son los tacos más deliciosos que he comido en mi vida. – These are the most delicious tacos I’ve ever ate.
Mi perro es el menos feo de la cuadra. – My dog is the least ugly in the block.
The absolute superlative in Spanish includes the word muy (very) before an adjective, or you can attach the suffix -ísimo to the end of the adjective.
Este restaurante es muy bueno. – This restaurant is very good.
El examen estuvo facilísimo. – The exam was really easy.
Let’s do some Spanish grammar exercises using the correct superlative:
1. Carlos es ___________________ de su clase. – Carlos is the most intelligent student in his class.
2. París es ______________________ de noche. – Paris is really beautiful at night.
3. Karina es _____________________ de su familia. – Karina is the tallest in her family.
4. Aprender español es _______________ . – Learning Spanish is very easy .
5. Esa opción es _____________________ para mí. – That option is the least attractive for me.
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Verbs with prepositions :.
1. Voy a llamar a José. -.
2. Estoy enamorado de Isabel. –
3. No puedo confiar en ti. – I can’t trust you.
4. Puedes contar con tu familia. – You can count on your family.
5. Jorge abusa de su posición. – Jorge abuses his position.
6. Nos estamos acercando a su casa. – We are approaching his house.
7. No puedo dejar de pensar en ella. – I can’t stop thinking about her.
8. Voy a tratar de llegar temprano. – I’m gonna try to arrive early.
9. ¿Por qué te casaste con él? – Why did you marry him?
10. Acuérdate de comprar hielo. – Remember to buy ice.
1. Carlos es el más inteligente de su clase.
2. París es bellísima de noche.
3. Karina es la más alta de su familia.
4. Aprender español es muy fácil .
5. Esa opción es la menos atractiva para mí.
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- Subordinating Conjunctions Exercise 1
- Coordinating Conjunctions Exercise 1
- Pero vs Sino vs Sino Que Worksheet 1
- Pero vs Sino vs Sino Que Exercise 2
- Spanish Modal Verbs Exercise 1
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- Gender of Nouns Exercise 1
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- La vs El Exercise with Irregular Nouns
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- Plural Forms of Nouns Exercise 1
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- Passive Voice Exercise 1
- Passive Voice Exercise 2
- Prepositions Exercises 1
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- Verbs with A / Con / De Exercise
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- Spanish Prepositions of Place Exercise 1
- Prepositions of Place in Spanish Worksheet 2
- Preposition ‘Por’ Exercise 1
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- Para vs Por Exercise 1
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- Preposition A vs Personal A
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- Pronouns Exercises 1 (mixed)
- Direct Object Pronouns Exercise 1
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- Double Object Pronouns Exercise 1
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- Indirect Object Pronouns Exercise 1
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- Personal Pronouns 1
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- Possessive Adjectives Exercise 1
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- Possessive Pronouns Exercise 1
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- Pronouns as Objects of Prepositions 1
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- Reflexive Verbs Exercise 1
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- Reflexive Verbs Conjugation Quiz
- Reflexive Verbs Stem Changing Exercise 1
- Relative Pronouns Exercises
- Relative Pronouns Worksheet 2
- Relative Pronouns after Prepositions 1
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