Demystifying Spanish Grammar: Advanced Spanish Grammar, Clarifying the Written Accents, Ser/Estar (Verbs), Para/Por (Prepositions), Imperfect/Preterite (Past Tenses), & the Spanish Subjunctive

CONTENTS 1 ~ INTRODUCTION 2 ~ DEMYSTIFYING THE WRITTEN ACCENTS IN SPANISH Rule 1 For Accents-Stress | Rule 2 For Accents-Monosyllabic Homonyms | Rule 3 For Accents-Diphthong | Rule 4 For Accents-Interrogatives/Conjunctions | Rule 5 For Accents-Demonstrative Adjectives/Pronouns | The Diéresis 3 ~ DEMYSTIFYING SER AND ESTAR JETCO/LET Acronyms | Problematic Adjectives | Variable Adjectives (Adjectives that Change Meaning) | Other Uses of ser/estar | Tener 4 ~ DEMYSTIFYING PARA AND POR Basic Uses | Purpose vs. Reason | Other Uses of Por and Para | Para/Por Can Both Be Used 5 ~ DEMYSTIFYING THE IMPERFECT AND THE PRETERIT HIDE/STARS Acronyms | Aspect | "What was going on?/"What happened?" | Imperfect Progressive/Preterit Progressive | Habitual Past | Indirect Speech/Direct Speech | Problematic Verbs (ser, tener, querer, estar, creer, poder) | "Used to" in the Sense of "Would" 6 ~ DEMYSTIFYING THE SPANISH SUBJUNCTIVE I Present Subjunctive/DINNER/DISHES | Doubt/Uncertainty | Influence | Non-existence | Negating Certain Verbs | Emotional Reactions | Required Conjunctions (A-SPACE Conjunctions) | When There Is No Change In Subject | Impersonal Expressions | Adverbial Clauses | Other Adverbial Clauses | Trick Question 7 ~ DEMYSTIFYING THE SPANISH SUBJUNCTIVE II Imperfect Subjunctive | Note for Literature Students | When There Is No Change In Subject | Imperfect Subjunctive in Adverbial Clauses | Present Perfect Subjunctive | Past Perfect Subjunctive | Conditional Sentences | Concordance of Tenses | Using the Subjunctive with Ojalá | Using the Subjunctive with Como Si | Commands | Set Phrases | Future Subjunctive | Future Perfect Subjunctive 8 ~ CONCLUSION