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Ni…..Ni. If you want to say that you do not like either of two choices, use ni….ni to mean “neither nor” or “not….or”. For example: No me gusta ni nadar ni dibujar. Use ni….ni to say that neither of two descriptions fits you: No soy ni deportista ni artístico. Sí/Tampoco.

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Ni…..Ni

  • If you want to say that you do not like either of two choices, use ni….ni to mean “neither nor” or “not….or”. For example:

  • No me gusta ni nadar ni dibujar.

  • Use ni….ni to say that neither of two descriptions fits you:

  • No soy ni deportista ni artístico.


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Sí/Tampoco

  • Use Sí + me gusta to CONTRAST something you like with something you or someone else dislikes. For example:

  • A mí no me gusta hablar por teléfono. ¿y a ti?

  • A mí sí me gusta

  • Use no me gusta + tampoco to agree with someone who dislikes something, for example:

  • A mí no me gusta practicar deportes. ¿ Y a ti?

  • A mí no me gusta tampoco.


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Los adjetivos

  • Words describing people and things are called adjectives

  • In Spanish, adjectives describing females usually end in an A

  • Adjectives describing males usually end in O. However, there are some exceptions such as deportista, which can describe bothe males and females.

  • Adjectives that end in an E can describe either females or males, for example: amable


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