Grammar Book Margarita Fowler

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Grammar Book:

Grammar Book Margarita Fowler

Preterite Imperfect:

Preterite Imperfect One time past events Trigger words: un dia , el otro dia , una vez , dos veces , hace un mes , el lunes …,el tres de abril , a las ocho , ayer , anteayer , anoche Habitual or routine Cuando era nino Used for past actions not seen as completed Also used for: time , feelings, personal characteristics, age, description Trigger words: a menudo, a veces , cada día , cada semana , mes y año , vez en cuando , nunca , por un rato , frecuentemente , generalmente , etc.

Por y Para:

Por y Para Juan compró el regalo para María. Necesito el vestido para el lunes.

Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns:

Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns

Usted + Ustedes Commands:

Usted + Ustedes Commands Irregular: TV DISHES Irregular: di, haz , ve , pon , sal , sé , ten, ven Irregular: TV DISHES Nosotros : Same as ud ./ uds . Irregular: TV DISHES DOP + IOP + ‘se’ can attach to an affirmative DOP + IOP + ‘se’ must go before the negative command T= tener , V= venir , D= dar / decir , I= ir , S= ser , H= hacer / haber , E= estar , S=saber

Subjunctive:

Subjunctive Express doubt, desires, uncertainty, unreal, contrary to reality Same steps as ud commands Irregular: DISHES Dar ir ser haber estar saber To use subjunctives you have to have a special verb, two clauses, two different subjects, and the word “que”.

Subjunctive:

Subjunctive Sugerir (e- ie )- To suggest Rogar (o- ue )- To beg, to plead

Subjunctive:

Subjunctive Sentir ( e:ie ) – to be sorry, to regret Also: tener miedo (to be afraid), es extraño (its strange), es una lástima , (it’s a shame), es triste , es ridiculo , es terrible

Subjunctive:

Subjunctive (No) es probable- its (not) probable Also: no es cierto , no es seguro , es imposible , es improbable, (no) es possible

Conjunctions:

Conjunctions Para que - so that Use the infinitive after the prepositions antes de, para, and sin (no que ) when there is no change in subject.

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