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URISPA 101Anastasia AllanWinter

SPA 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: El Perro, Pronoun

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Gustar is a verb that confuses many english speakers at the beginning. Gustar is used to say like in spanish. But unfortunately the conjugation rules (
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URISPA 101Anastasia AllanWinter

SPA 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Calabaza, Asteroid Family, Celesta

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You will notice that for some colors there are two different words for it. Which one you use depends on the country you are in. Colors are adjectives t
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URISPA 101Anastasia AllanWinter

SPA 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Preposition And Postposition

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Whenever the preposition a is followed by the article el, the two words are joined to form one new word (contraction) al. Whenever the preposition de i
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URISPA 101Anastasia AllanWinter

SPA 101 Lecture 2: El alfabeto español consta de 27 letras

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URISPA 101Anastasia AllanWinter

SPA 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Chimenea, Maluma (Singer)

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La diferencia entre un hogar y una casa. El hogar para muchos no es un lugar f sico, sino, el concepto sobre donde perteneces. Suele ser donde se encue
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URISPA 101Anastasia AllanWinter

SPA 101 Lecture 9: Tambian and Tampoco

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URISPA 101Anastasia AllanWinter

SPA 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Tu Sonrisa, Possessive Determiner, Acute Accent

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T is a subject pronoun (pronombre personal in spanish). Remember there are two ways of saying you in spanish: t and. T is informal and usted is formal:
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URISPA 101Anastasia AllanWinter

SPA 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Comillas, Exclamation Mark

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A dash is also used to introduce an attributive. An attributive in a dialogue credits the speech to the person who said it. It refers to a verb or acti
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URISPA 101Anastasia AllanWinter

SPA 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Arabic Poetry, Benalup-Casas Viejas, Alphonse Mucha

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7 Dec 2017
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Knowing when to use muy or mucho in spanish can be confusing for people learning the language. Below we will show you when to use muy or much according
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URISPA 101Anastasia AllanWinter

SPA 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Mi Casa, Llama

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URISPA 101Anastasia AllanWinter

SPA 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Preposition And Postposition

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When to use conocer: conocer is used with knowing people or having an acquaintance with them. Conozco a juan. means i know juan (because i have met him
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URISPA 101Anastasia AllanWinter

SPA 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Pronoun

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= the person you are speaking to - informal (family or friend) = the person you are speaking to - formal (respect, older people) = l + l or l + ella. 1
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