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Spanish Lesson On The Subjunctive – The Nosotros Form

02.20.2013 · Posted in Main Content

This lesson will be about a very specific subject. It is about the form “Nosotros” in Imperative and in the Subjunctive (Present Tense). This is a topic that confuses a lot of Spanish students. Let´s start with the grammar, and remember that for the Imperative and Subjunctive it is the same form. If you have a verb ...

The Relatives Pronouns In Spanish

02.17.2013 · Posted in Main Content

The Relatives are pronouns used to link two ideas. Here we have a list of them: QUE: It is usually used with a preposition; in that case, we need to add an article between the Relative and the preposition. These articles agree in number and gender with the subject. La casa con jardín en la que crecí ...

Ser And Estar For Advanced Students

02.17.2013 · Posted in Main Content

The difference between Ser and Estar is, even for advanced students, a headache. In this lesson we are going to take a look at SER and ESTAR in more advanced situations. SER. Localization of an event: ¿Dónde es la reunión? Where is the meeting? La fiesta fue en el quinto piso del edificio. The party was on the ...

What Does Tal Mean In Spanish?

11.05.2012 · Posted in Main Content

What is “Tal”? or what does “tales” mean? These are typical questions that man students of Spanish ask. It doesn’t have an exact translation to English but I can explain it to you in different contexts. In the first case it has a function of being demonstrative. The following examples could be replaced for the demonstratives: este-esta, ...

Quantifiers in the Spanish Language

10.19.2012 · Posted in Main Content

Quantifiers in the Spanish language are Spanish words that are very useful when we want to speak about statistics. Some of them use the distinction between female and male but others don’t do it. Remember that when we don’t put the noun after the adjective we are speaking in general, and it will always be ...