Grammar notes to practice Spanish with the global information EFE

- Grammatical links in Spanish -

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 …

- The Spanish verb “contar” -

The Spanish verb “contar”

The Spaniards use the verb “contar” (to tell, to narrate) for communicate different actions:  Add, enumerate, have, worth, tell,  relate… …

- Defective verbs in Spanish -

Defective verbs in Spanish

The defective verbs are those that do not have a complete conjugation due to the fact that they lack any personal forms or any verbal time. Aquí tienes los …

- 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 …

- The imperative: uses and values -

The imperative: uses and values

The imperative mood in Spanish has many uses and we use it in diferents comunicative functions, as we can see below:   √ To make a plea or request: …



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 …

- (Español) A través de -

(Español) A través de

Si todos los idiomas están repletos de preposiciones, ¿por qué son tan difíciles de aprender? En español, existe una lista muy amplia de estas palabras y …

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