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Basic Spanish: A Grammar and Workbook (Grammar Workbooks) by Irene Wilkie, Carmen Arnaiz

By Irene Wilkie, Carmen Arnaiz

Proposing twenty person grammar issues in energetic and real looking contexts, Basic Spanish is an available reference grammar with similar routines in a single, effortless to keep on with quantity. starting with the easier facets of Spanish and progressing directly to extra advanced parts, every one bankruptcy comprises grammar issues which are by means of examples and routines chosen to augment the topic.

A top quality advent to the language, gains of this sensible publication include:
* genuine interpreting texts to motivate an realizing of Spain and Spanish-speaking countries
* connection with Latin American utilization the place appropriate
* plentiful routines with complete resolution key
* thesaurus of grammatical terms.

Clearly awarded and trouble-free, Basic Spanish offers readers with the fundamental instruments to precise themselves in a large choice of occasions, making it a fantastic reference and perform source for either newcomers and scholars with a few wisdom of the language.

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13 ¿Cuándo estudias? 14 ¿A quién llamas? 15 ¿Qué compras? Negatives 47 2 Answer these questions with ninguno/ninguna: 1 ¿Tienes hermanas? 2 ¿Ves la llave? 3 ¿Usas perfume? 4 ¿Quieres un pastel? 5 ¿Necesitas una moneda? 6 ¿Esperas un regalo? 7 ¿Llevas un bolígrafo? 8 ¿Tienes un pañuelo? 9 ¿Necesitas dos bolsas o una? 10 ¿Quieres tres manzanas? 3 Respond to the following questions with nadie, nunca, ninguno/a or nada: 1 Tengo un hermano ¿y tú? 2 Estudio mucho ¿y tú? 3 Tengo un billete de 5€ ¿y tú?

Who has the money? ’ when referring to either the subject or the object. Some differences between ¿qué? and ¿cuál? The differences between ¿qué? and ¿cuál? can be quite problematic for non-native Spanish speakers, but a few basic rules will help you to avoid mistakes. ¿qué? can be used both as an adjective and a pronoun. : ¿Qué hora es? What time (lit. ‘hour’) is it? ¿Qué quieres? What do you want? ¿cuál(es)? e. it must not be followed directly by a noun: ¿Cuál prefieres? Which (one) do you prefer?

PEPE: Perdone, ¿_____ (7) está la calle Serrano? JUAN: Está lejos de aquí pero puede ir en autobús. PEPE: ¿_____ (8) autobús me lleva? JUAN: El 70 La parada está allí. LORETO: ¡Hola! Me llamo Loreto y tú ¿_____ (9) te llamas? MAR: Me llamo Mar, ¿_____ (10) eres? LORETO: Soy de Cuenca ¿y tú? MAR: Yo de Zaragoza. LORETO: ¿_____ (11) curso haces? MAR: Hago inglés ¿y tú? LORETO: Yo también. ¿_____ es tu profesor? (12) Mi profesor es Mr White. MAR: Mr White también, ¿sabes _____ (13) es nuestro aula?

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