Spanish-Kit's online Spanish Grammar has a mark-up feature where site visitors like yourself can post grammar comments to the site for others to read.
The idea here is that while each grammar topic presents a basic introduction to the various grammar topics, they are far from complete. Giving site visitors a way to add important follow-up comments will allow the online grammar to grow into a interesting and useful community document.
How It Works
Post your Spanish grammar comments. An administration notice will be emailed to Spanish-Kit.net. We'll review your post and approve it if it satisfies our Guidelines and Rules. When it's approved you'll get an email confirmation message back. And about privacy, your email address will never be shared or displayed on the website. We need it only to communicate back to you.
1. What to Post
A post should add value to the grammar topic by providing additional information that you feel is useful. Postings can add clarity through additional detail, provide exceptions to the rule, provide examples, point out regional difference in usage, provide notes on idiomatic expressions.
2. Keep Postings On Target.
Your posting should be relevant to the grammar content found on the page. Often times there is more than one grammar topic per web page, so with all postings please use a descriptive title in order that site visitors may easily identify the topic of your posting.
3. Keep It Simple.
Postings should strive to add insights which are intended for beginners and intermediates. We're looking for basic comments and not rare exceptions.
1. Absolutely no copyright protected material taken from Spanish textbooks or other material may be used. If you would like to share insights found in copyright protected books, use your own words and give credit where credit is due by mentioning the book title and author.
2. Your posts may not include links to outside web sites.
3. You may not create posts which reference outside sources or web sites. Postings such as, 'Please see XYZ textbook for more info.' will not be accepted. The referencing of outside sites is not permitted because we want to build a library of useful grammar insights and not a directory Spanish grammar resources.
4. Posting are about specific grammar topics and not about how a an outside resource does a good or poor job of handling that topic. Posting which seem to be book reviews or promotional writings of Spanish education products will not be accepted. Again, our goal is to create an interested library of Spanish grammar comments.