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Grammar book

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Grammar book

  1. 1. Tito Dowling
  2. 2. 3. Nacionalidades 12. Affirmative4. Stem Changers Commands +5. Para (for) Irregular6. IOP 13. Negative Commands7. Pronoun Placement + Irregular8. Gustar 14. Sequencing Events9. Aff + Neg Words10. Superlatives11. Reflexives
  3. 3.  guatemalaGuatemalteco  Uruguay  argentina honduras uruguayo argentinohondureño  chile  bolivia dominican chileno Boliviano republic  Panama  puerto ricodominicano panameño puertorriqueño nicaragua  Salvador  Mexiconicaraqüense salvadoreño mexicano cuba  venezuela  SpainCubano venezolano español costa rica  Ecuador  united statescostarricense ecuatoriano esadounidense Paraguay  columbiaparaguayo colombiano
  4. 4.  star (to cost)Cuesto  Pedir (to think)Cuestas PuedoCuesta PuedesComstamos PuedeCuestan Pedimos Dormir (to sleep) PuedenDuermo  Volver (to return)Duermes VuelvoDuerme VuelvesDormimos VuelveDuermen Volvimos Vuelven
  5. 5. Por and Para are Prepositions used in a few different situations. Para and por mean for.Here are some examples: 1. Es un cepillo para el pelo. 2. Trabajo por una hora. 3. Gracias por la ayuda. 4. Este regalo es para tu.
  6. 6. An indirect object pronoun tells where the direct object is going. All indirect object pronouns1. Me 5. nos2. Te 6. os3. La 7. les.4. Le
  7. 7. Pronouns go before a conjugated verb or after an infinitive or gerund. Here are a few examples.1. Julio le da a María lecciones.2. Ricardo les enseña la lección a los estudiantes.3. Roberto les compra un coche
  8. 8.  Gustar is a verb that differs from the others, you need to use an indirect object pronoun in front in order for it to work. Here are some examples1. Me gusta el libro.2. No me gusta correr.3. Mi madre le gusta correr.4. Tu familia les gusta comer.
  9. 9. Affirmative Negative sí (yes)  no (no, not) algo (something)  nada (nothing) alguien (someone,  nadie (no one, nobody) somebody)  ninguno (no, no one, not alguno (any, some) any, none) o (either,or)  ni (neither, not) siempre (always)  nunca, jamás (never, not también (also) ever)  tampoco (not either, neither)
  10. 10. A superlative is a world that describes the most or maximum amount of an object. All superlatives end with cisimo. Here are some examples:1. Grandísimo.2. Delicisimo3. Tardisimo
  11. 11.  Reflexive verbs occur when the subject in a sentence, is also the object in the sentence. They are used in sentences like: He washed himself. Here are a few examples1. Pablo se habla.2. Se llama Eva.3. Me afeito cada mañana.
  12. 12. Steps1. + Drop s + Irregulars1. Di2. Haz3. Ve4. Pon5. Sal6. Se7. Ten8. Ven
  13. 13. Steps1. Put in “yo” form.2. Change vowel.3. Add “s”. Irregulars- TVDISHES- Tener, venir, Dar/decir, ir, ser, hacer, estar, saber
  14. 14. You use sequencing events words to show a change in time, they make the story or conversation flow much better.Here are a few: Primero: First Entonces : Then, So Luego : Later Por Fin: Finally Antes : Before Depués: After, Afterward

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