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

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By Pilar Munoz; Mike Thacker

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

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1 Formation 1 2 The superlative is formed: either by placing the definite article before the noun whose quality we are describing and adding the comparative adjective after the noun: Inmaculada es la persona más simpática de su familia. Inmaculada is the nicest person in her family. or by placing the definite article before the comparative adjective: La más simpática de la familia es Inmaculada. The nicest (person) in the family is Inmaculada. by adding the suffix -ísimo/-ísima to the adjective to intensify its meaning.

Not reflexive) (reflexive) Personal pronouns Forms of the personal pronoun subject 1st person sing. 2nd person sing. familiar 2nd person sing. formal 3rd person sing. 1st person plural 2nd person plural familiar 2nd person plural formal 3rd person plural yo I tú you usted you él he/it ella she/it nosotros/as we vosotros/as you ustedes you ellos ellas they direct object indirect object after prepositions me me te you le/lo (masc) la (fem) you le/lo him/it la her/it nos us os you les/los (masc) las (fem) you les/los las them me (to) me te (to) you le (to) you mí me ti you usted you le (to) him/it le (to) her/it nos (to) us os (to) you les (to) you él him/it ella her/it nosotros/as us vosotros/as you ustedes you les les (to) them ellos ellas them 41 Important note: The vosotros form for the 2nd person plural is used in Spain only.

Mr Antúnez, Mrs Lopez is a difficult employee; she’s rather lazy and prefers to let others do the work. ’ 24 Adjectives 5 Adjectives which denote the region or country that a person comes from add -a in the feminine: masc. sing. fem. sing. masc. plural fem. plural español española españoles españolas Spanish inglés inglesa ingleses inglesas English castellano castellana castellanos castellanas Castilian andaluz andaluza andaluces andaluzas Andalusian Su padre es alemán y su madre francesa pero sus abuelos, por parte de padre, eran daneses y su otra abuela sueca; es lo que se dice una verdadera europea.

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