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Spanish preposition “Bajo”

Spanish preposition “Bajo” The Spanish preposition “Bajo” points a lower status, dependency or subjection of a person or thing over another. Let’s see an example: (Veamos un ejemplo): a) Place: El gato está bajo la cama (The cat is under … Continue reading

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Spanish preposition “Ante”

Spanish preposition “Ante” The Spanish preposition “ante” is not used before a verb like the preposition “a”. It means before or in front of. Uses with before or in front of Spanish  preposition”Ante”  is related to  places, locations or phisical … Continue reading

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Spanish connector function: Temporality

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Spanish Connector function: Summary

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Spanish Connector function: Reference

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Spanish connector function: Line of Argument

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Spanish connector function: Chronology

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Spanish connector function: Cause

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Spanish connectors (Conectores en Español)

Spanish connectors Definition Connectors are words or expressions that are used to link different parts of sentences. This union must be done considering the meaning of the sentence such as syntax and spelling. Below is a series of connectors that allow you to logically structure your texts.  They are … Continue reading

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Spanish preposition “a”

Spanish preposition “a”   Context and Uses: Time (Tiempo): Llego a las 11 am (I arrive at 11 am) Price (Precio): Las manzanas están a dos pesos el kilogramo. Day (Dia): Estamos a primero de enero (We are at first of Junuary) Direction … Continue reading

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