Category: Pronoun

b) Atone pronouns (pronombres átonos)

Definición: The atonic personal pronouns function as complemento directo orindirecto (direct or indirect object), or as part of the verbos pronominales(verbs with an obligatory atonic pronoun). Ex: maquillarse (to put on makeup), él se afeita (he shaves). These pronouns are enclíticos when the ‘se’ comes after the verb (ex:sentarse (to sit down)). They are proclíticos when the ‘se’ comes before the verb (ex: me siento (I sit down)). Unstressed personal pronouns are personal pronouns which have the function of director indirect object complement. Types of Atone personal pronouns…

a) Tonic (pronombres tonicos)

Definición: The tonic pronouns are those that can function as: Sujeto (subject): yo vengo (I come), tú comes (you eat), él canta (he sings), nosotros dormimos (we sleep), ellas juegan (they [fem] play)… Atributo (attribute): mis padres son ellos (my parents are those) Complemento preposicional (prepositional complement): mi tía viene conmigo (my aunt’s coming with me)…   Tonics personal pronouns are those that can function as a subject (TU sabrás) and attribute (Los culpables son ellos) or as a term of preposition (Mi hermano vendra con nosotros.) Below is…

Spanish preposition “Para”

Spanish preposition “Para”  

Spanish reflexive pronouns

Spanish reflexive pronouns

Spanish pronouns’ examples when “Se” switch “le”

Spanish pronouns’ examples when “Se” replaces “le” Try to say “Le lo voy a dar” Now try to say ” Se lo voy a dar” . Doesn’t it sound better? Do you understand why le changes to se? If not just send me an email or add me on Skype and  I will let you now. See on my contact info. Otros ejemplos: Les anotamos las tareas.(We wrote down the…

Pronouns (Pronombres)

Pronouns (Pronombres) The Spanish pronouns or better said Los pronombres, are nouns that replace a subject, noun, a word that stands for or represents a noun or noun phrase, a pronoun is identified only in the context of the sentence in which they are used. Therefore, there is always a context so that you can understand what noun you are talking about, but it is not the original noun, that is…