Spanish adjectives, determiners and pronouns charts.
This charts are really useful when talking your students about the different kinds of adjectives, determiners and pronouns.
I originally created most of them to show my students the different ways in which the ending of some of these words change, and now I use them all the time whenever I want to make a fast review of any of these groups of words.
They can be used with a projector or printed out.
In some cases, there are different versions of a chart with more or less information, or presenting the information in a different way. I use different versions depending on my students' characteristics and level, or how deep I plan to go during that study session.
Please, experiment with them and choose the one you think will work better with each of your groups.
In some cases, I had to make a choice with the terms I use to classify these words. I don’t recognize possessive pronouns, for example. And there are some interrogative pronouns that are considered adverbs by some grammarians.
If you would like different terms or any other kind of change in some of the charts, just drop me an email (address shown in product and product review) or leave a comment on this product's page and I will create a new version of those charts with no extra charge.
- Qualifying adjectives (endings and variation)
- Demonyms (endings and variation)
- Personal pronouns (subject)
- Personal pronouns (complete)
- Demonstrative determiners and pronouns
- Possessive adjectives (full forms)
- Possessive adjectives (short forms)
- Definite articles
- Indefinite articles
- Indefinite determiners and pronouns (1)
- Indefinite determiners and pronouns (2)
- Interrogative pronouns
- Relative pronouns
- Cardinal numerals
- Variable cardinal numerals
- Ordinal numerals (1st - 10th)
-Ordinal numerals (11th - 19th)
-Ordinal numerals (tens, 10th - 100th)