Can anyone recommend a good Spanish grammar course for beginners?
I'm not looking for a comprehensive course, just grammar. For oral Spanish, I'm going to use podcasts every day (Coffeebreak Spanish) and meet face-to-face with a conversation partner once or twice a week. I may also try Pimsleur.
I want to supplement with some written grammar exercises - about 15-20 mins per day. They can be either online (preferably free!) or in book form (Amazon - cheaper is better), but I need something that progresses from lesson to lesson. I'm too much of a beginner to be able to cobble together my own grammar lessons from the overwhelming Google results.
As far as grammar exercises are concerned, I think the Practice Makes Perfect series is the best. Also, you might want to consider children's workbooks.
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