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Combinaciones de palabras. Grupos sintácticos y oraciones.

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- The use of “que ya” -

The use of “que ya”

The term “que ya” is formed by the conjunction “que” and the adverb of time “ya”. En español usamos que ya en oraciones en …

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- The uses of “ya que” -

The uses of “ya que”

The expression “ya que” it is formed by the adverb of time “ya” and the conjuction “que”. The Spanish used the same way …

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- Spanish adjective: Cada (every, each) -

Spanish adjective: Cada (every, each)

El cuantificador "cada" es incompatible con el artículo, los posesivos y los demostrativos, porque funciona como determinante de la palabra a la que

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- “Como que” and “como si” -

“Como que” and “como si”

The forms “como que” and “como si” are used in conditional comparative sentences, also known as exemplary sentences, that is, those in …

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- The sentence -

The sentence

The sentence The sentence is the smallest fragment able to communicate an idea.This is a serie of words that have complete sense. The sentence is independent …

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- The elipisis -

The elipisis

In grammar, the ellipsis is the omission in the sentence of one or more words that are needed for proper grammatical construction, but not to make it clear the …

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- Spanish simple sentence -

Spanish simple sentence

  Simple sentence is formed by a  subject and apredicate:    Example:  Juan es médico.  √ Subject:     –A noun or main noun:        …

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- Conditional sentences: basic keys -

Conditional sentences: basic keys

Do you know the basic keys to form conditional sentences and express it   in Spanish when you want to put a condition, requirement or formulate a hypothesis? …

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