Side by Side: Spanish & English Grammar
Intermediate The efficient at-a-glance format of this handy reference places explanations of the essential elements of Spanish grammar alongside their English-language equivalents. The standard format in each section introduces the part of speech, provides examples of its use, and then answers the most frequently asked questions about it. - A systematic, comparative approach. Facilitates students' understanding of forms and structures in both languages and allows students to build on what they already know. - Lessons organized by parts of speech explain functions and uses in clear language with abundant examples. Students focus on and thoroughly understand each grammar concept - while learning the grammar of their own language! - Vocabulary limited to frequently used words. Helps intermediate students concentrate more on structure. - Quick Check summarizes main ideas in each section and provides models. Helps students retain the most important information.
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Chapter One introducing Languages
Chapter Three Nouns
Chapter Four Pronouns
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action Adjectives in Spanish adverb auxiliary verb auxiliary verb haber casa conditional perfect conditional sentences conjunctions deﬁnite article demonstrative adjective descriptive adjectives direct object Disjunctive pronouns espaﬁola estaba estado hablando estoy estudiantes example express feminine singular ﬁnd ﬁrst person singular French future gender and number grammar hablo habría hombre hubiera imperfect subjunctive indeﬁnite indirect inﬁnitive inflected interrogative irregular Isabel Allende juan language Latin learned lihros main verb Maria Mary masculine singular meaning mood mujer negative NOTE noun or pronoun object pronouns ooooooooooooooooooooooo past participle past perfect Pedro perdido perfect progressive perfect tense Person Singular Plural phrase possessive adjective preposition present participle present perfect present tense preterite profesor progressive tense QUICK CHECK rápidamente reﬂexive relative clause relative pronoun salido señora Sánchez singing 3 he/she Spanish continued Spanish prepositions speak stem sung superlative Tense in Spanish tense is formed things visto vowel WORD ORDER