Verbs

Find here information on Verbs, conjugation rules, modes, tenses, etc. Are you looking for information on grammar in general? Check the articles on general Spanish grammar.

Do you want to start learning and practising Spanish verbs and don't know where to start? Here you'll read suggestions how to get started using regular verbs and some frequently used irregular verbs.

Read more: Getting started with Spanish verbs

This article is about the use of verbal modes and tenses.

Spanish verbs are conjugated in four modes: indicative (indicativo), subjunctive (subjuntivo), conditional (condicional) and imperative (imperativo). All these modes have one or more tenses and compound tenses. Read on if you want to know more about in which cases to use these modes and tenses.

Read more: Modes and Tenses in Spanish

Compound tenses are formed by an auxiliary verb and a verb of the action that is expressed. This article treats all compound tenses in Spanish.

Read more: Compound tenses

The Spanish verbs ser and estar both mean to be, but each one in different ways. This article is about the differences between both and when to use which one.

Read more: Ser or Estar?