Spanish grammar facts for kids
Verbs in Spanish belong to one of three classes: -ar, -er, and -ir.
Verbs are conjugated (changed) depending on tense and person. That means a verb talking about the past will have a different form than a verb about something happening right now.
In Spanish, every noun has a gender, either masculine or feminine.
Adjectives usually go after the noun they describe and change depending on number and person.
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