Subject and verb in simple sentences in Spanish

Hello, there! How are you doing? Today we’re going to talk about the subject and the verb in a simple sentences. Of course, if you are able to identify the subject and the verb in simple sentences, you’ll do the same in complex one. What is the subject? The subject performs the action. And what … Sigue leyendo Subject and verb in simple sentences in Spanish

Spanish clauses (main clause and subordinate clause)

Hi, there! How are you doing? Today we are talking about types of Spanish clauses. I am sure that when I compare Spanish clauses to English clauses, you will be able to understand it quickly! Let’s go! What is a clause? It is a group of words that have a subject and a verb. Also, … Sigue leyendo Spanish clauses (main clause and subordinate clause)

Complemento directo y verbos transitivos (directo object and transitive verbs in Spanish)

Hi, there! How are you doing? I hope you're doing great! Today we will talk about complemento directo (direct object) and verbos transitivos (transitive verbs). Are you ready? Grammar session starts! Banco de imágenes Pixabay COMPLEMENTO DIRECTO (directo object) It is a noun, a pronoun or a noun clause (grupo nominal) that is receiving the … Sigue leyendo Complemento directo y verbos transitivos (directo object and transitive verbs in Spanish)

Influir e influenciar

¡Hola! ¿Qué tal estáis? Espero que muy bien. Hoy os planteo una cuestión: ¿sabéis la diferencia entre los verbos influir e influenciar? Es cierto que para aquellos anglohablantes puede ser un poco complicado, porque la traducción de influir e influenciar es igual, to influence. Pero no os preocupéis porque ahora mismo resuelvo la cuestión. Banco … Sigue leyendo Influir e influenciar

Spanish clauses

Hi, there! How are you doing? Today we are talking about types of Spanish clauses. I am sure that when I compare Spanish clauses to English clauses, you will be able to understand it quickly! Let’s go! What is a clause? It is a group of words that have a subject and a verb. Also, … Sigue leyendo Spanish clauses

Zero and First conditionals (English-Español)

Hello! How are you doing? Do you know “English conditionals”? I am sure that if you have studied English, you have the knowledge about this issue. There are 4 conditionals in English: zero, first, second and third. Today, we are going to talk about zero and first conditionals. ZERO CONDITIONAL When you use it, you … Sigue leyendo Zero and First conditionals (English-Español)

Ponte a prueba 11

Hi, there! How are you doing? I have got a test for you! Are you ready? Break a leg!!! Press the link (it is anonymous): https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe_NPjA_NLTLOC5X_utyhSVWNREGqdLpQRRJJB7CMIc2wMTwA/viewform?usp=sf_link ¡Hola! ¿Qué tal estáis? Hoy tengo un nuevo test para vosotros. ¡Muchísima suerte! Accede al test desde este link (es anónimo): https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe_NPjA_NLTLOC5X_utyhSVWNREGqdLpQRRJJB7CMIc2wMTwA/viewform?usp=sf_link I hope you like it! Please, if … Sigue leyendo Ponte a prueba 11

Gender and number agreeements in Spanish

Hi, there! I hope you are doing well! I am sure that when you started to learn Spanish, your teacher talked to you about agreements in Spanish. What does it mean? Basically, if you have a feminine noun, an adjective which goes with this feminine noun agrees with that noun and the adjective will be … Sigue leyendo Gender and number agreeements in Spanish

“Motu proprio”

Es una locución latina. ¿Cuál es su significado? Literalmente significa con movimiento propio, aunque se emplea con el sentido de voluntariamente, por propia iniciativa (rae.es)… No obstante, los hablantes de español en muchas ocasiones no respetan la forma de esta conjunción latina y, por ejemplo, mediante una síncopa consonántica omiten la pronunciación del fonema /r/ … Sigue leyendo “Motu proprio”

Y or e?

Hello, there! What are you up to? I hope you’re doing well. Today I’ve got an essential topic for you and, at the same time, it’s easy. We start! If you want to connect two sentences, you can use “y” as a linker. It’s perfect! However, you can not use always “y”, how come? Because … Sigue leyendo Y or e?