Month: September 2014

Spanish Verbs

SPANISH VERBS Definition: A verb expresses an action, event or state. Spanish verbs are used to make a complete sentence, and it must be accompanied by a noun or pronoun that is acting, existing or in a mode of being. (In Spanish, it is common for the noun to be implied without being explicitly stated.) Verbs in Spanish …

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Spanish Subordinating Conjuctions

SPANISH SUBORDINATING CONJUCTIONS Definition:Spanish subordinating conjunction is a word that aims to join together two clauses, a dependent and an independent clause. Subordinating conjunctions in Spanish language are specially used to join two sentences when one of them is depending on the other. Spanish Subordinating Conjuction Some of the most important subordinating conjunctions are:: Spanish English …

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Spanish Subordinate Conjunctions

SPANISH SUBORDINATE CONJUNCTIONS Definition: A subordinate conjunction in Spanish language is a clause that has one subordinating conjunction, like que (that) followed of a complement that not have own sense depending completely of the main clause. Spanish Subordinate Conjunction A subordinate clause, in Spanish language, is a group of words that contains a subject and verb that is …

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Spanish Subjunctive

SPANISH SUBJUNCTIVE Definition:Spanish subjunctive is a mood because it doesn’t deal with factual reality that isn’t concrete what someone wants to happen or what might happen but with opinions, wishing, feelings, supposed, doubted, dreams and speculation. Subjunctive in Spanish Verbs or Expression for will or want Which express an order, a need, a piece of advice, …

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Spanish Sentences

SPANISH SENTENCES Definition: A sentence is a group of words like verbs and nouns with a logic order that indicate and activity or state in different times. Sentences always contain one or more phrases and some clauses for it. Definition of Phrase: Groups of words with a logic order that people use to express a certain idea. …

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Spanish Prepositions

SPANISH PREPOSITIONS Definition:Spanish Prepositions define relationships between different objects within a sentence, establishing movement, time and position. Unfortunately they do not have a precise translation from Spanish to English or vice versa. It is possible to use different Mnemonic techniques (especially visual ones) in order to memorize different Prepositions much faster: a, ante, bajo, cabe, con, …

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Spanish Possessive Adjectives

SPANISH POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES Definition:Spanish possessive adjectives differ depending on the person they are referring to. Possessive adjectives are the words used in place of articles to indicate to whom or to what something belongs. Also with the noun they qualify in gender and number. Possessive Adjective in Spanish There are five possessive adjectives in gender: masculine and feminine. Possesive …

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Spanish Orthographic Accent

SPANISH ORTHOGRAPHIC ACCENT Definition:Spanish Orthographic accent is the sign (´) which is called tilde. This punctuation mark is placed on the vowels (á, é, í, ó y ú). Sometimes orthographic accents are used to distinguish two related words depending on how they work in a sentence. For example, the east means “this” like adjective whereas this one means …

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Spanish Intonation

SPANISH INTONATION Definition: Spanish Intonation is the variation of pitch in the pronunciation of words to convey an affirmation, question or exclamation. For example: “mi Madre está en casa” is an affirmation, and has a sound different from a question that is obtained by adding the symbols “¿?” in the same sentence: “¿mi madre está en casa?” …

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