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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

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Spanish Nouns (Sustantivos)

Spanish Nouns (Sustantivos)   Definition   The Spanish noun is a word that functions as a subject of the sentence, have gender and number. Is often accompanied by definite articles, but can function without them. Spanish nouns are always things, places, people … Continue reading

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Complex sentences

Complex sentences The complex sentences are formed by more than one idea, and have more than one verb in the sentence. Complex sentences describe more than one thing or idea and have more than one verb in them. For example: … Continue reading

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Simple Sentences

Simple Sentences Every complete sentence contains two parts: a subject and a predicate. It describes only one thing, idea or question, and has only one verb. To determine the subject of a sentence, first isolate the verb and then make a question by placing “who?” … Continue reading

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Irregular verbs

Irregular verbs Click on each title to start the lesson a) Stem-changing verbs: Verbs that change only the stem and the no-stem part you conjugate like regular verbs. Click HERE to start with the lesson. b)Verbs that change everything: Changes the  … Continue reading

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Stem-Changing verbs (o….ue)

Stem-Changing verbs (o….ue) The irregular verbs change their stem in all the forms except for nosotros/as/we and vosotros/as/you forms. Additionally, remember that it is always the last vowel in the stem (what is left after you remove the infinitive marker … Continue reading

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Prepositions (preposiciones)

Prepositions (preposiciones) Definition and Characteristics Prepositions with their own meaning   Let’s see all the types of prepositions … a) Spanish preposition “a” b) Spanish preposition “Ante” c) Spanish preposition “Bajo” d) Spanish preposition “Con” e) Spanish preposition “De” f) Spanish preposition “Desde” … Continue reading

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Stem-Changing verbs (e….ie)

Stem-Changing verbs  (e….ie) The irregular verbs change their stem in all the forms except for nosotros/as/we and vosotros/as/you forms. Additionally, remember that it is always the last vowel in the stem (what is left after you remove the infinitive marker … Continue reading

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Stem changing verbs

Stem changing verbs Stem-changing verbs have only one difference from the regular verbs. The difference is that they change the Stem. The stem of a verb is the form of the verb that remains after you remove the infinitive ending … Continue reading

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Lesson 2: Spanish Present Tense

Content Lesson 2 Click the titles in order to start the lesson Spanish present tense uses Regular Verbs First try to figure out by  yourself  the rules by a method called “guided discovery”, like the word says it gives you … Continue reading

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