Pretérito pluscuamperfecto

It’s very simple. Pretérito pluscuamperfecto is the past of the past. When we talk about a story happened in the past and make reference to another that happened before … We use Pretérito pluscuamperfecto! As you already know the irregular participles it is very easy! Combine the auxiliary verb HABER in Pretérito imperfecto.

When you started studying Spanish, had you visited any Spanish-speaking country before?

Answer in the comments! (In Spanish!)

Still not sure about when to use each tense? Check this post >> Contraste de pasados.

Do you want Rocío to explain this to youWatch this video! 

Pretérito indefinido

Pretérito indefinido is the tense we use to talk about actions completed in the past. They have no relation to the present and are temporary. They are not usual or lengthen in time. Here you can find how to use it and its regular and irregular conjugation.

When was the first time you studied Spanish? Practice your Spanish answering in the comments 😊

Still not sure about when to use each tense? Check this post >> Contraste de pasados.

Rocío explains this all in this video 😊 

Complemento directo or indirecto?

Learning how to use los pronombres de Complemento (or Objeto) Directo and Indirecto correctly is difficult even for Spanish speakers. That is why we wanted to simplify the explanation with this infographic based on what we are taught at school when we are young. Ask the verb! If we ask the verb we will know if the complement receives the action of the verb directly or indirectly and, therefore, the correct pronoun that we must use. We hope you like it and don’t forget to share and leave your comments!