English Grammar for Students of Spanish: The Study Guide for Those Learning Spanish
From the Publisher: English Grammar For Students Of Spanish explains the grammatical terms that are in Spanish textbooks and shows students how they relate to English grammar. Once students have understood the terms and concepts in their own language, it is easier for them to understand their textbook. With simple explanations and numerous examples, this brief handbook compares English and Spanish grammar and points out the similarities and differences.
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What are Sentences Phrases and Clauses?
What are Declarative and Interrogative Sentences?
What is the Past Tense?
What is a Participle?
What are the Perfect Tenses?
What is the Subjunctive?
What is an Interrogative Adjective?
What is a Conjunction?
What are Objects?
What are Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns?
What are Object of Preposition Pronouns?
What is a Possessive Pronoun?
What is an Interrogative Pronoun?
What is a Demonstrative Pronoun?
What is the Conditional?
What is an Adjective?
What is a Possessive Adjective?
What are Indefinites and Negatives?
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1st pers 1ST PERSON 2nd pers 2ND PERSON 3rd pers 3rd person adverb affirmative Ana lee antecedent auxiliary verb canta muy bien casa coche conditional cuarto definite article descriptive adjectives dictionary form direct object están feminine plural feminine singular Flashcards future tense gender and number habla IDENTIFY indicate indirect object pronouns infinitive interrogative pronoun irregular Juan la mesa libro look main clause main verb María masc masculine plural masculine singular mesa mood negative word noun modified noun or pronoun noun possessed object of preposition past participle pattern Paul and Mary perfect tenses person plural possessive adjectives possessive pronoun possessor preposition pronouns present participle present perfect present progressive present subjunctive present tense preterite progressive tenses refer reflexive pronoun reflexive verb regular verbs RELATIVE CLAUSE relative pronoun SELECTION sing Spanish equivalent Spanish sentences Spanish side Spanish verb Spanish word Study tipS textbook Tips for Learning verb form write