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- Simple conditional tense -

Simple conditional tense

√  How is it formed? Infinitive + endings of the imperfect of the verb ‘haber’. Imperfect of the verb’haber’ Hab- ía Hab- ías Hab- …

- 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, …

- Subordinating conjunctions -

Subordinating conjunctions

Subordinating conjunctions introduce a sentence which is subordinated to a word or sentence. That is, the subordinate clause introduced by this type of …

- Spanish prepositions are 23 -

Spanish prepositions are 23

√   Without prepositions,we can’t express correctly the majority of the sentences in which we communicate:   √  We use 23 prepositions:   …

- 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’, …

- Relative clauses -

Relative clauses

The relative clauses introduce information about an element that precedes them and is known as “antecedent” in grammar. The antecedent is found in …

- 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 …

- The ellipisis -

The ellipisis

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 …

- Learn more about Spanish adverbs -

Learn more about Spanish adverbs

Adjectives or adverbs?  Only, this could thinking Emilio M. Martínez Amador, lexicographer that define some adverbs that resemble in adjectives as …

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