After focusing several years on vocabulary building, Vocabulix has decided to devote more time and resources to grammar and has created a Grammar tips page. Although the entire section is still in a testing phase, Vocabulix has already added a few tips. Vocabulix will try to add a tip every week, especially articles about grammar rules in English, Spanish or German. Below you can also find a link to the user's forum where you can place your questions about grammar and language studies in general. In addition, we invite you to join our online social network (Find Friends section), practice words with our vocabulary builder or make use of the dictionaries and verb tables.
Newest tips on Spanish grammar:
Por or Para Choose the correct word
Gender in Spanish Learn to use the right gender
Plural in Spanish Build plural forms
Dates and Months in Spanish How to express a date.
Weekdays in Spanish Common usage
Private Spanish Tutor With Skype
Best Spanish Course
Travel & LanguageDrinking Wine and Learning Spanish - Combine fun and learning in La Rioja, Spain
Spanish Vocabulary - Introduction & Exercises
Newest tips on English grammar:
Most popular topicsEnglish Numbers
Some and any Some and any are used in different ways.
Then or than Learn how not to confuse these two words in English.
Much or Many That's too much for you? Not too many things to remember...
Irregular English Verbs Overview of the verbs
Going to future
General English GrammarImperative Sentence in English Use the imperative form in English correctly...
Comparative and superlative of adjectives
Comparative and superlative of adverbs
Effect or Affect - Easy Advice for Common Use
Expressing Time Half past nine, A quarter to five...
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English Reading Comprehension
Newest tips on German grammar:
Most popular topicsGerman Numbers
Seit or seid Learn when to use each one in German.
Das or Dass the difference.
DeclensionDeclension - Overview
Nominative case the first case
Genitive case the second case
Dative case the third case
Accusative case the fourth case
TensePräsens - German Present
Präteritum - German Past (simple)
German Present Perfect
German Past Perfect - Plusquamperfekt
German Future - Zukunft 1
German Future - Zukunft 2
Present Participle - Partizip 1
Past Participle - Partizip 2
Strong, weak and mixed verbs
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