Spanish Prepositions  

The preposition is an invariable part of the sentence that establishes a relation between two words. They don't have a meaning of their own and show position, time, relationship, etc. between words. The lessons below will introduce you to prepositions and provide many examples of their use.

Popular Phrase: examples of false cognates | Conversational Spanish | Conjugated Verb: adeudar - to owe [ click for full conjugation ]