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A Simple Spanish Grammar By R. J. Taylor

A Simple Spanish Grammar by R. J. Taylor

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Using simple English, this text explains the essentials of Spanish grammar to students whose knowledge of grammar is limited. An introductory section refreshes readers' knowledge of English grammar and then in small, easily comprehenisble units, the book covers the elements of Spanish grammar.

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Table of Contents

Un, una - a, an; el, la, los, las - the; cardinal numbers - 1-1000; ordinal numbers - first, second, third etc.; days of the week, months of the year; dates; time; weather and seasons; some, any; combinations of "a" and "de"; "de" of possession; subject pronouns - I, you, he, she, it, we, they; verbs - regular and irregular; two important irregular verbs - ser and estar - to be; "ar" verbs; "er" verbs; "ir" verbs; radical changing verbs in the present tense; tener - to have; negatives - not, never, no one, no more, no longer, nothing, neither, neither/nor; reflexive pronouns; reflexive verbs; commands; personal "a"; question forms; prepositions with names of towns, countries and other places; prepositions with means of transport; adjectives; special adjectives; possessive adjectives - my, your, his, etc.; possessive pronouns - mine, yours, his etc.; this, these, that, those, as adjectives; this one, that one, these, those, this, that, as pronouns; todo - all, every, the whole, everything; comparison of adjectives - bigger, more intelligent, etc.; adverbs; future tense; talking about the future using "ir" "a" plus the infinitive; object pronouns; commands and object pronouns; strong pronouns; preterite (past) tense - I spoke, he arrived etc.; special preterites; perfect (past) tense; acabar de, desde and desde hace; imperfect tense; pluperfect tense; conditional tense - I should like, he would go, etc.; relative pronouns; el que, el cual, etc.; present subjunctive; si - if (followed by the present tense; sentarse and estar sentado; the passive; radical changing verbs in all tenses; parts of the body - a reference list; spelling changes; accents; irregular verb tables; revision exercises.

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A Simple Spanish Grammar by R. J. Taylor
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