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By Pilar Munoz; Mike Thacker

A moment version of this renowned Spanish Grammar. disguise; publication name; Contents; Acknowledgements; Bibliography; advent; word list of Grammatical phrases; half I; half II; Key to half I: routines; Key to half II: workouts; Index

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And aquél, etc. g. ése = ‘that one’ and ese = ‘that’ masc. sing fem. sing éste ése aquél ésta ésa aquélla this (one) that (one) that (one) masc. pl. fem. pl. g. ‘that one, these ones’. 2 The Spanish Academy states that the accent on the first e of the demonstrative pronouns is not necessary except in cases of ambiguity. In practice, however, these pronouns normally have a written accent. Note: when the demonstrative pronoun precedes a relative clause (ese/este/aquel que…) the accent is omitted. 1 éste/a, éstos/as This pronoun is used like the English ‘this one’: – ¿Cuál de las dos películas prefieres?

Hablaron de ____________ tormenta años después. Por favor, dame ___________ revistas. Tengo que echar ____________ zapatos viejos porque ya están rotos. No me gusta este pastel. Prefiero ____________. ¿Por qué me dices ____________ ? ¿Cuál es tu casa? Es ____________ , la de la puerta verde. Aquel reloj, ¿es el tuyo? No, el mío es ___________. éste aquél 9 Possessive adjectives and pronouns What are possessives? When we make a statement like ‘Sorry, that’s my pen’ or ‘This one’s yours’ we are using the possessive adjective (‘my’) or the possessive pronoun (‘yours’).

He has inherited five hundred thousand pesetas, which is about one hundred and twenty-four thousand euros. 3 The position of y Spanish places y between tens and units (unlike English, which places ‘and’ between thousands/hundreds and tens). 1 The time When telling the time cardinal numbers are used. The singular of ser is used with la una, the plural with all other times: ¿Qué hora es? Es la una. Son las seis y media. What time is it? It’s one o’clock. It’s half-past six. 30. m. m. m. 3 Years In Spanish, years are expressed by listing thousands, hundreds, tens and units.

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