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Possessive Adjectives
Spanish Possessive Adjective Possessive adjectives let us know who possesses what. Examples of the possessive adjectives in English are: my your his  her Examples of these look like this: That's my tiramisu Yes, it's your tiramisu Are you sure it is not her...
Possessive Adjectives
Possessive Adjectives
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Masculine Nouns
Spanish nouns that end in  - aje  - an -or and - ambre are masculine A few examples are: el equipaje el amor el  pan el hambre Coincidentally, a good man should take care of  your luggage, love, bread, and hunger. To use a poor representation of this, think...
Masculine Nouns
Masculine Nouns
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Capitalization Rules in Spanish
In Spanish, it is incorrect to capitalize nationalities, religions , days of the week and months of the year. This may be hard for some types 
Capitalization Rules in Spanish
Capitalization Rules in Spanish
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Spanish Verbs At A Glance
 Here are the Spanish verbs with names that are self-explanatory: However, the rest are not as cool. Below, I have attached  more meaningful names to the rest of the Spanish verb tenses so that their purpose is crystal clear.
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The Spanish Past Participle
A past participle is a verb that is used as an adjective. Example: Take the verb To Fuck .  If you were to say I'm Fucked,  you have used a  verb (to fuck)  that has been reassigned as an adjective. In other words, it is a past participle .  Many past parti...
The Spanish Past Participle
The Spanish Past Participle
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The Past Subjunctve And The Conditional Together
One common use of the Past Subjunctive is to put it with the Conditional. The part of the statement that has the ify word is the part of  the sentence  that gets the  Past Subjunctive. For many, anything that has to do with the Subjunctive is ify. When the ...
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The Spanish Past Subjunctive
To form the Spanish Past Subjunctive First you find the past plural form of the 3rd person (the ustedes verb).  Remove the ron ending and add  one of the following endings (yo/ra, tu/ras, usted/ra, nosotros/ramos, or ustedes/ran)  ...or to put it more simpl...
The Spanish Past Subjunctive
The Spanish Past Subjunctive
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Typing ñ and ü
Typing the Spanish letters ñ  and   ü is much like typing the Spanish letters in the previous post. That is to say, hold down the Alt key and type the four number code. The first two numbers are 02 for both letters. With that in mind, you only have to remem...
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Typing á, é, í, ó And ú
Typing the lower case Spanish vowels when they  have accents marks.  Just like the previous post, you could configure your keyboard so that you don't have to type á, é, í, ó, and  ú the long way but it is not always possible.  Alt+0225=  á Alt+0233=  é Alt+...
Typing á, é, í, ó And ú
Typing á, é, í, ó And ú
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Typing The Characters ¡ and ¿
¡ and ¿ Many Spanish students opt to configure their keyboards so that they can type the characters unique to Spanish. However, this is not always appropriate  when using someone else's computer. I learned that the hard way doing work in the business center...
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