Category Archives: 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 … Continue reading

Posted in Grammar, Pronoun, Sentence structure | Leave a comment

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 … Continue reading

Posted in Grammar, Pronoun, Sentence structure | Leave a comment

Spanish preposition “Para”

Spanish preposition “Para”  

Posted in Grammar, Pronoun, Sentence structure | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Spanish reflexive pronouns

Spanish reflexive pronouns

Posted in Grammar, Lesson 7, Pronoun, Reflexive verbs, Sentence structure, Subjunctive | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

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 … Continue reading

Posted in Lesson 3, Pronoun, Sentence structure | Leave a comment

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 … Continue reading

Posted in Lesson 3, Pronoun, Sentence structure | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment