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Spanish Sentence Construction

Spanish Sentence Construction

 

In order to learn Spanish you have to know two things. First, the Spanish verbs and their respective conjugation and second the rest of the sentence. In order to build a sentence you have to recognize the verb in order to be able to get the subject of the sentence and modifiers (which are the rest of the sentence).

The best way to learn is having a teacher, in order to guide you with their experience. They are going to tell you, which topics are better to study at the same time.

Parts of the sentences:

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Parts of a Sentence Description
Spanish verbsAction
Spanish Nouns Gender of the nouns and definitionIt is used to name person, a thing, a place, an idea, etc.
Spanish pronounsNouns that are called "relative" is because they are "related" to a noun that has previously been stated. Like (que, quien , el que lo que)
Spanish prepositionsIt relates one word to another
Adjetives (Adjetivos)Describes a person, a thing, a place, an idea.
Relative adjetivesAdjectives that are called "relative" is because they are "related" to an adjective that has previously been stated. Like Cuyo.
Adverbs (Adverbios)Used to modify verbs, or adjectives or another adverb. They can be created from adjectives
Definitve articles (artículos)El, La, Los, Las. It goes before the subject
Indefinitive articlesUn, una, uno, unas (an, a). But in Spanish you have Femenine and masculine for aticles as well.
Spanish connectorsWords or expressions to link sentences.
Conjuctions (Contracciones)It joins words or sentences together "Y" (and), "O"or "Pero"(but,), etc
Interjections (exclamaciones)A short word showing emotion or feeling

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