Spring Grammar Book

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Spring Grammar Book:

Spring Grammar Book Javier

El Futuro:

El Futuro é emos ás á án ENDINGS The future is used to describe events that will happen in the future. All verbs follow the conjugating pattern and have the same endings even for irregulars. Irregulars include Caber Haber Poder Saber Tener And more!

Conditional:

Conditional The conditional is used to say what should, could, or would happen. Has similar irregualrs as the future. ía íamos ías ía ían

Present Perfect:

Present Perfect Used to say what has occurred, generally talking about very recent events. Made by conjugating the word “Haber” to make a past participle. AR verb ending = ado IR verb ending = ido

Present Perfect Irregulars:

Present Perfect Irregulars Abrir - abierto Cubrir - Cubierto Decir - Dicho Escribir - Escrito Hacer - hecho Poner - puesto Romper- Roto Volver - vuelto

Relative Pronouns:

Relative Pronouns Used to connect short sentences. Relative pronouns: Que , cual , quien / quienes , cuyo Que is most commonly used as refers to people or things. Cual can be used in place of que in more formal situations

Que vs Cual:

Que vs Cual Similar to ser and estar , Que and cual both mean what and which but for different reasons. Que is used for general info Cual is used for specific info.

The Neuter Lo:

The Neuter Lo The neuter lo is used to show characteristics and ideas. It is placed with an adjective to give meaning. To give a more accurate description of more or less the lo is combined with mas or menos .

Subjunctive in adjective clause:

Subjunctive in adjective clause When something is uncertain it falls into the Subjunctive Conjugated similar to the noun clause when in the present tense Also when the antecedent is a negative pronoun the subjunctive may be used as well.

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