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- Subordinating conjunctions -
Syntax

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 …

- CONJUNCTIONS -
Syntax

CONJUNCTIONS

Conjunctions are a class of words that are characterized by: Invariable words: they do not admit changes of gender and number. Usually atonic or unstressed …

- RELATIVE CLAUSES -
Syntax

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 …

- Ser and estar + Adjectives -
Verbs

Ser and estar + Adjectives

Ser and estar + adjectives Did you know to use the same adjective with ser and estar, changes its meaning? 1. Rico Ser+ rico= person that has a lot of money. …

- Grammatical links in Spanish -
Syntax

Grammatical links in Spanish

“A fin de” is perfect substitute for ‘para que‘ or ‘al objeto de‘. Three are grammatical links, or nexus, with which we …

- Augmentatives in Spanish -
Morphology

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 articles in Spanish -
Morphology

The articles in Spanish

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

- The present with value of future -
Verbs

The present with value of future

In the colloquial use of the Spanish language, maybe you can heard or read sentences as “I get married within a year”. The Spanish speaker is …

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