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Grammar Tutorials
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Called Gramática en acción, these engaging tutorials will help reinforce grammar that you have already learned, and will allow you to practice what you know in a fun, interactive format.

These tutorials were designed to play on video iPods™ or any portable media player capable of handling M4V files. More information on downloading and viewing these tutorials is located further down on the page.

However, if you prefer to view the Grammar Tutorials online, click on the links in the View Online column below. Please note that the FREE Adobe Flash Player is required to view any of these tutorials online.

TitleDownloadView Online
01 - Singular Nouns: Gender and ArticlesZIP (8535.0K)
SWF (17789.0K)
02 - Nouns and Articles: Plural FormsZIP (8756.0K)
SWF (17067.0K)
03a - Subject Pronouns: Present Tense of -ar Verbs: Negation (Part 1)ZIP (6865.0K)
SWF (17988.0K)
03b - Subject Pronouns: Present Tense of -ar Verbs: Negation (Part 2)ZIP (10019.0K)
SWF (22709.0K)
04 - Asking Yes/No QuestionsZIP (6824.0K)
SWF (16647.0K)
05 - Describing Adjectives: Gender, Number, and PositionZIP (14649.0K) SWF (31503.0K)
06 - Present Tense of ser; Summary of UsesZIP (5039.0K) SWF (10539.0K)
07 - (Unstressed) Possessive AdjectivesZIP (7310.0K) SWF (14742.0K)
08 - Present Tense of -er and -ir Verbs; Subject Pronouns (Part 2)ZIP (10697.0K) SWF (24535.0K)
09 - Demonstrative Adjectives and PronounsZIP (10832.0K) SWF (20372.0K)
10 - Tener, venir, preferir, querer, and poder; Some Idioms with tenerZIP (10663.0K) SWF (23873.0K)
11 - Ir; Ir + a + infinitive; The Contraction alZIP (5994.0K) SWF (14501.0K)
12 - Hacer, oír, poner, salir, traer, and verZIP (7230.0K) SWF (17905.0K)
13 - Present Tense of Stem-Changing VerbsZIP (12529.0K) SWF (12461.0K)
14 - Reflexive PronounsZIP (7335.0K) SWF (17625.0K)
15 - Present Progressive: Estar + -ndoZIP (9974.0K) SWF (27263.0K)
16 - Summary of the Uses of ser and estarZIP (10334.0K) SWF (23938.0K)
17 - ComparisonsZIP (9182.0K) SWF (22610.0K)
18 - Direct Objects; Direct Object PronounsZIP (7459.0K) SWF (17101.0K)
19 - Indefinite and Negative wordsZIP (5901.0K) SWF (15282.0K)
20 - Formal CommandsZIP (9220.0K) SWF (23920.0K)
21 - Indirect Object Pronouns; Dar and decirZIP (8895.0K) SWF (24243.0K)
22 - GustarZIP (8756.0K) SWF (22103.0K)
23 - Preterite of Regular Verbs and of dar, hacer, ir, and serZIP (9101.0K) SWF (49878.0K)
24 - Irregular PreteritesZIP (8470.0K) SWF (21926.0K)
25 - Preterite of Stem-Changing VerbsZIP (6923.0K) SWF (16840.0K)
26 - Double Object PronounsZIP (6213.0K) SWF (17517.0K)
27 - Imperfect of Regular and Irregular VerbsZIP (7892.0K) SWF (20811.0K)
28 - SuperlativesZIP (7489.0K) SWF (17568.0K)
29 - Summary of Interrogative WordsZIP (5804.0K) SWF (14515.0K)
30 - Using the Preterite and the ImperfectZIP (7134.0K) SWF (17044.0K)
31 - Relative PronounsZIP (5555.0K) SWF (13630.0K)
32 - Reciprocal Actions with Reflexive PronounsZIP (5241.0K) SWF (13447.0K)
33 - Hace... que: Another Use of hacerZIP (6667.0K) SWF (14550.0K)
34 - Another Use of se (Unplanned or Unexpected Events)ZIP (6523.0K) SWF (17683.0K)
35 - ¿Por o para? A Summary of Their UsesZIP (6334.0K) SWF (12491.0K)
36 - (Informal) CommandsZIP (7367.0K) SWF (17385.0K)
37a - Present Subjunctive (Part 1): An IntroductionZIP (11851.0K) SWF (24152.0K)
37b - Present Subjunctive (Part 1): An IntroductionZIP (2096.0K) SWF (6099.0K)
38 - Use of the Subjunctive (Part 2): InfluenceZIP (5339.0K) SWF (21080.0K)
39 - Use of the Subjunctive (Part 3): EmotionZIP (7131.0K) SWF (18350.0K)
40 - Use of the Subjunctive (Part 4): Doubt and DenialZIP (6473.0K) SWF (16708.0K)
41 - Use of the Subjunctive (Part 5): A SummaryZIP (6017.0K) SWF (15563.0K)
42 - Past Participle Used As an AdjectiveZIP (6258.0K) SWF (14812.0K)
43 - Present Perfect (Indicative and Subjunctive)ZIP (6288.0K) SWF (16509.0K)
44 - The Subjunctive After Nonexistent and Indefinite AntecedentsZIP (9122.0K) SWF (23825.0K)
45 - The Subjunctive After Conjunctions of Contingency and PurposeZIP (7266.0K) SWF (16699.0K)
46 - Future Verb FormsZIP (8750.0K) SWF (19271.0K)
47 - Subjunctive and Indicative After Conjunctions of TimeZIP (7381.0K) SWF (18197.0K)
48 - The Past SubjunctiveZIP (8711.0K) SWF (18701.0K)
49 - Stressed PossessivesZIP (5920.0K) SWF (14724.0K)
50 - Conditional Verb FormsZIP (6603.0K) SWF (14404.0K)
51 - Si Clause Sentences ZIP (6367.0K) SWF (15081.0K)

How to import the Grammar Tutorials into iTunes™

  1. Please make sure the latest version of iTunes™ is installed on your computer before proceeding. You can download iTunes™ for free from Apple's website at
  2. Click on one of the tutorial links given above in the "Download" column to download it to your hard drive. NOTE: Each tutorial has been compressed as a zip file to decrease the filesize. However, a broadband connection is still recommended for downloading these files.
  3. Unzip the tutorial file using decompression software such as Winzip for Windows users and StuffIt Expander for Mac users.
  4. Double-click on the M4V file for the tutorial. It will automatically open iTunes, import the tutorial into the Movies folder, and begin playing immediately.

How to transfer the Grammar Tutorials to your video-capable iPod™

  1. Follow the steps above to import your tutorials into iTunes™.
  2. Connect your iPod™ to your computer.
  3. When your iPod™ appears in iTunes™ (under Devices), click on it to select it.
  4. If "Manually Manage Music" is not selected as an option, your iPod™ will automatically update itself when first connected to your computer and just before it is ejected.
    1. You can also manually sync video content by selecting the Movies folder on the iPod™ (under Devices) and clicking on the Sync button.
  5. If "Manually Manage Music" is selected as an option, you can highlight the tutorials in the Movies folder in iTunes™ (under Library) and drag them to your iPod™.

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