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Masculine or feminine nouns
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Masculine or feminine nouns

Masculine or feminine nouns In Spanish there are Masculine or feminine nouns. One of the hardest things for people to get used to when learning Spanish is the idea that nouns (people, places, animals, things, ideas, and feelings) have a gender (male, female). There is always a question of “How can a table be feminine?...

The negative form
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The negative form

The Negative Form The negative form in Spanish is quite straightforward. You can flip between a positive and negative version of the sentence by simply adding a ‘no’ as follows: English: I like cheese. Español: Me gusta el queso. English: I don’t like cheese. Español: No me gusta el queso. Moreover, if someone asks you...

Spanish articles
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Spanish articles

Spanish articles Spanish Articles: Articles are special modifiers that appear before nouns or noun phrases. There are only two articles in the English language: the and a (and its variant, used before a word that starts with a vowel sound). A noun may also appear without an article in front of it. If you are...

Spanish accents
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Spanish accents

Spanish accents Spanish accents are important. More often than not, an accent (or lack of it) completely changes the meaning of a word. Understanding  Spanish accent rules is therefore essential if you want to read and write Spanish effectively. If you understand Spanish accents, you will know how to pronounce words precisely, and you won’t...

Spanish Adjectives practice 1
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Spanish Adjectives practice 1

Spanish Adjectives practice 1 In this post you will learn and practice Spanish Adjectives practice 1. Adjectives are words that describe or modify another person, place or thing in the sentence. Spanish adjective –  List Spanish adjective –  TEST Loading… Do you want to practice more Spanish Grammar level 1? Click on the image of your...

personal pronouns - Spanish grammar
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Subject pronouns

Subject pronouns Subject pronouns (pronoms sujets) replace the noun performing the action described by the verb. Spanish English Singular Yo tú él ella I you he she Plural nosotros ustedes ellos ellas we you they they Personal Pronouns | Los pronombres personales Do you want to practice more Spanish Grammar level 1? Click on the image...

Spanish Question words - grammar
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Spanish Questions words

Spanish Questions words In this post we are going to practice: Spanish Questions words. Asking questions in Spanish is quite similar to asking questions in English. It’s really just a matter of learning the vocabulary. So practice these Spanish Questions words. flashcards Spanish adjectives –  list Spanish English ¿Qué es esto?¿Cuál es tu profesión?¿Quién quiere...

Spanish Greetings (sentences) - grammar
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Spanish Greetings (sentences)

Spanish Greetings (sentences) Spanish Greetings (sentences): The importance of first impressions. We bring you some prayers on how to say “hello” and “goodbye”. Words like “Hello” and “Goodbye” are the first steps of the language. There is always a beginning so you can start, start with a big smile. Start reviewing the flashcards in the following...

Spanish Adjectives-Grammar
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Spanish Adjectives

Spanish Adjectives Adjectives are words that describe or modify another person, place or thing in the sentence. There are many adjectives that we have in spanish used to describe: the characteristic of a person, a thing or a situation, a feeling or a temporary thing. In this section learn and practice Spanish Adjectives. Start reviewing...

Alphabet
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Alphabet

Alphabet Learn and practice the Spanish alphabet. Start reviewing the flashcards in the following Quizlet and then feel free to use the different options from Quizlet, such us match, learn, test or spell to practice more. Enjoy the Spanish Alphabet! Alphabet –  flashcards Alphabet –  list Do you want to practice more Spanish Grammar level 1? Click...