How to conjugate a Spanish chart from Spanish
In the beginning of 2016, I wrote a very detailed guide for Spanish conjugations for English speakers, and it has remained a staple of my English-language learning for the past few years.
But there were a few problems: For one thing, there was no Spanish chart for English, so we were left with a confusing chart for the first few weeks.
I wanted to fix that.
I decided to create one, and for a couple of weeks I spent hours creating it.
This chart, created by me, was very close to the one in my Spanish book (although it’s not nearly as detailed).
It has two sections, a chart for Spanish, and a chart that displays the words used in Spanish.
It’s simple and concise.
If you’re not fluent in Spanish, it’s still easy to follow.
I also made it as accurate as possible, so you can learn the words that have been conjugated in your language without spending too much time figuring out what they mean.
I hope this helps you understand some of the nuances of Spanish in a little more detail.
I’ve included a screenshot of the chart below.
If this sounds like a useful tool for you, let me know in the comments.
-Kazem HarkenThe author of this article is a freelance writer for IGN.
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