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- Augmentatives in Spanish -

Augmentatives in Spanish

The augmentatives are formed in Spanish by adding the suffixes -on, -azo, -ote, -achón, -ejón, -errón, -ónón, -etón and -aton to nouns, adjectives and …

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- The articles in Spanish -

The articles in Spanish

The Spanish language is spoken and written with two types of articles that are denominated definite and indefinite (‘el’, ‘la’, …

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- The preposition “versus” -

The preposition “versus”

“Versus” is one of 23 Spanish preposition which means “contra” or “frente a”, and whose meaning is “in oposition …

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- Adjective or adverb? (II) -

Adjective or adverb? (II)

Adjectives and adverbs add information and give detail about other elements of the sentence. Adjectives always describe nouns, while adverbs modify verbs, …

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- Adjective or adverb? (I) -

Adjective or adverb? (I)

Adjectives and adverbs add information and give detail about other elements of the sentence. Adjectives always describe nouns, while adverbs modify verbs, …

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- Adjectives: basic notions -

Adjectives: basic notions

We use adjectives to offer more information on a noun like qualities, characteristics… “El cuaderno azul está ahí” (“The blue notebook is …

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- Shortened adjectives -

Shortened adjectives

Existen algunos adjetivos que se apocopan (supresión de algunos sonidos finales de las palabras) cuando preceden al

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- Spanish superlatives ended in "-ísimo" -

Spanish superlatives ended in "-ísimo"

Además de los superlativos relativos existen en español los superlativos absolutos. En español, utilizamos con mucha frecuencia adjetivos que acaban en …

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