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Help! How do I learn all the grammar, especially irregulars?

Don't panic! Grammar can be tricky to get your head round and you're not alone. Start by making tables with common -ar, -er and -ir verbs and learn the basic rules. The irregulars will always be tricky, but it's good to grasp the common ones like 'ser' and 'ir' early. Investing in a grammar exercise book suitable for you exam board is also a good idea because it will cover everything required.

The more you use the trickier grammar in your writing, the easier it'll be, especially when you can see it context so you know when to use, for example, the imperfect tense.

Practice makes perfect!

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