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Understanding The Rules of Accentuation in the Spanish Language

Understanding The Rules of Accentuation in the Spanish Language

Understanding The Rules of Accentuation in the Spanish Language. By Eduardo Alejandro Polón Sandy Spring Friends School. Understanding The Rules of Accentuation in the Spanish Language. All words are accented (have a stress) ! But not all words are visually accented (´) !!.

By Mia_John
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Spelling Rules for the Present Progressive Tense

Spelling Rules for the Present Progressive Tense

Spelling Rules for the Present Progressive Tense. Some verbs just need ‘ing’ adding to them:. read – reading stand – standing jump - ???????. If a verb ends in a silent ‘e’, drop the final ‘e’ and add ‘ing’. leave – leaving take – taking receive - ??????????.

By yule
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Understanding The Rules of Accentuation in the Spanish Language

Understanding The Rules of Accentuation in the Spanish Language

Understanding The Rules of Accentuation in the Spanish Language. By Eduardo Alejandro Polón Sandy Spring Friends School. Understanding The Rules of Accentuation in the Spanish Language. All words are accented (have a stress) ! But not all words are visually accented (´) !!.

By ebony
(134 views)

Everything You Ever Need To Know About Spanish Accents

Everything You Ever Need To Know About Spanish Accents

Everything You Ever Need To Know About Spanish Accents. á é í ó ú. Los acentos:. Accents are marks that are used in Spanish to indicate: that a word does not follow the rules of stress. ie...lápiz a change in meaning from another word ie...sí / si an interrogative word

By chantel
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The Present T enses

The Present T enses

The Present T enses. Simple Present and Present Continuous. Simple Present. We form affirmative statements with a subject and a verb or a verb + -s or –es I like tennis Mary likes tennis. We use the auxiliary verbs do/does to form negative statements, questions and short answers

By adila
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Vocative: a definition

Vocative: a definition

ALT VII, Paris, 2007. Vocative: a definition. Michael Daniel, Moscow State University. Introductory. Thanks to EVA MPI for supporting my research. Why there is a need for a definition. Traditional grammar considers vocative trivial ~ nominal form used as address / in addressing people

By loe
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REGULAR VERBS: PAST FORM

REGULAR VERBS: PAST FORM

REGULAR VERBS: PAST FORM. Katherine A. Salvador CELEX. Rule 1: verb + ed. Play + ed --  play ed Work + ed - work ed Walk + ed - walk ed Travel + ed - travel ed Finish + ed - finish ed. Rule 2: verb (ending in ‘e’) + d. Compose + d --  compose d Complete + d -- complete d

By rigg
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Everything You Ever Need To Know About Spanish Accents

Everything You Ever Need To Know About Spanish Accents

Everything You Ever Need To Know About Spanish Accents. á é í ó ú. Los acentos:. Accents are marks that are used in Spanish to indicate: that a word does not follow the rules of stress. ie...lápiz a change in meaning from another word ie...sí / si an interrogative word

By Samuel
(152 views)

Learning Objective : Today we will spell suffixes/endings of words correctly.

Learning Objective : Today we will spell suffixes/endings of words correctly.

Learning Objective : Today we will spell suffixes/endings of words correctly. suffix – a word part added to end of a base word. Partner share . What are we going to do today?. Describe a movie where a toy comes to life. Today will correctly spell suffixes/endings of words.

By garth
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A direct object tells who or what receives the action of the verb. Devolví el libro. I returned the book. (book is t

A direct object tells who or what receives the action of the verb. Devolví el libro. I returned the book. (book is t

Direct object pronouns. A direct object tells who or what receives the action of the verb. Devolví el libro. I returned the book. (book is the direct object). Direct object pronouns. To avoid repeating a direct object noun, you can replace it with a direct object pronoun.

By trory
(144 views)

Las reglas para cambiar palabras de singular a plural

Las reglas para cambiar palabras de singular a plural

Las reglas para cambiar palabras de singular a plural. Spanish One Ch. 2B. Las reglas. How you make a word plural depends On how the word ends. If the words ends in a vowel… Add an “s” el libr o --- los libro s

By doctor
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Tú commands ( mandatos / imperativos informales )

Tú commands ( mandatos / imperativos informales )

Tú commands ( mandatos / imperativos informales ). When we want to tell someone (a friend or other person you would address with tú ) to do something, you use a command in the affirmative way ( yes, do [it]). .

By fell
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Repaso de acentuación y vocales fuertes y débiles

Repaso de acentuación y vocales fuertes y débiles

Repaso de acentuación y vocales fuertes y débiles. Though accentuation in English is random, in Spanish there are specific rules:. If a word ends in a vowel, n, or s, stress the next to the last syllable of the word. This is called The Rule of the Last Letter. Examples:. Argentina .

By breck
(393 views)

Pronunciación y Estrés

Pronunciación y Estrés

Pronunciación y Estrés. Lección 6. Estrés. If a word ends in a vowel, or the letters “n” or “s,” the natural stress of the word is the second to last syllable . ven- ta -na com- pren - de - mos gran -de pe -rros.

By ornice
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El género de los sustantivos ( Gender of nouns )

El género de los sustantivos ( Gender of nouns )

El género de los sustantivos ( Gender of nouns ). End in – o = masculine (“el helado ”) End in –a = femenine (“la mesa”). Unless they don’t :. Masculine :. Femenine :. People names that take el / la :. Always masculine :. Trees vs. Their fruit :.

By base
(108 views)

Rules of Pronunciation

Rules of Pronunciation

Rules of Pronunciation. Three simple rules:. If a word ends in a vowel, n, or s, the stress is on the next-to-last syllable. Ej : pan- ta - lo - nes If a word ends in any other letter, the stress is on the last syllable. Ej : ferr -o- carr - il Accent marks cancel rules 1 & 2!

By temple
(165 views)

Decoding/ Word Attack: Structural Analysis: Suffixes:

Decoding/ Word Attack: Structural Analysis: Suffixes:

Decoding/ Word Attack: Structural Analysis: Suffixes: -able , - ible , - ness , - ment , -less. 5 th Grade, Lesson 13. Cloudless Development Reversible Breathless Nourishment Admirable Divisible. Week 13 Word Study words. Listen to me read this word aloud: . cloudless.

By feng
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Syllable Patterns: Vowel Digraphs

Syllable Patterns: Vowel Digraphs

Syllable Patterns: Vowel Digraphs. goad / ing. The word is broken into two syllables – a base word ( goad ) and an ending ( ing ). The base word goad contains the vowel pair oa . It makes one sound /ō/. This is called a vowel digraph .

By blaise
(142 views)

COMMANDS and PRONOUNS

COMMANDS and PRONOUNS

COMMANDS and PRONOUNS. What are the 3 types of pronouns?. Direct Indirect Reflexive. A, A, A, A. For all, POSITIVE commands…. A lways A ttach A ccent A ffirmative ***. Where does the accent go?. THE ACCENT ALWAYS GOES ON THE SECOND TO LAST SYLLABLE OF THE ORIGINAL WORD!.

By clodia
(150 views)

E2H Sílabas y Acentos

E2H Sílabas y Acentos

E2H Sílabas y Acentos. Las Sílabas. All words can be separated by syllables. Syllables are formed by ___________ and _______________ Ca-sa, ca-fe-te-rí-a, au-la A __________ vowel can form a _____________ syllable: a - gua. Separate Consonants.

By danae
(150 views)

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