English grammar for students of Spanish : the study guide for those learning Spanish / Emily Spinelli
Book | 2012 | Seventh edition.
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Edition
Seventh edition.
Description
v, 201 pages ; 23 cm.
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Includes index.
Contents
Study Tips -- Tips for learning grammar -- Tips for learning vocabulary -- Tips for learning word forms -- Tips for effective study
1. What's in a Word?
2. What is a Noun?
3. What is Meant by Gender? -- Endings indicating gender
4. What is Meant by Number?
5. What are Articles? -- Definite articles -- Indefinite articles -- Study Tips - Nouns and their gender
6. What is the Possessive?
7. What is a Verb?
8. What is the Infinitive? -- Consulting the dictionary -- Study Tips - Verbs
9. What is a Subject?
10. What is a Pronoun?
11. What is a Subject Pronoun? -- Choosing the proper form of "you" -- Study Tips - Subject pronouns
12. What is a Verb Conjugation? -- Choosing the proper "person" -- How to conjugate a verb -- Study tips - Verb Conjugations
13. What are Sentences, Clauses, and Phrases? -- Sentences -- Clauses -- Phrases -- Types of sentences
14. What are Affirmative and Negative Sentences? -- Negative words -- Negative answers
15. What are Declarative and Interrogative Sentences? -- Tag questions -- 16 What are Some Equivalents of "to be"? -- Ser vs estar
17. What is Meant by Tense? -- Study tips - Tenses
18. What is the Present Tense?
19. What is the Past Tense? -- The preterite -- The imperfect -- Selection of the preterite or the imperfect -- Study Tips - The preterite
20. What are Auxillary Verbs?
21. What is a Participle? -- Present Participle -- Past participle
22. What are Progressive Tenses? -- Use of the progressive tenses
23. What is the Future Tense? -- Substitute for the future tense -- Future of probability -- Study Tips - The future tense
24. What are Perfect Tenses? -- Spanish perfect tenses in the indicative mood -- Spanish perfect tenses in the subjunctive mood -- Study Tips - Perfect tenses
25. What is Meant by Mood?
26. What is the Subjunctive? -- Study Tips - The subjunctive
27. What is the Imperative? -- "You" command in Spanish -- "We" command in Spanish -- Study Tips - The imperative
28. What is the Conditional? -- The conditional -- The conditional perfect -- "If-Clauses" -- On-going conditions -- Contrary-to-fact statements
29. What is Meant by Active and Passive Voice? -- Making an active sentence passive -- Avoiding the passive voice in Spanish
30. What is an Adjective?
31. What is a Descriptive Adjective? -- Nouns used as adjectives -- Study tips - Descriptive adjectives
32. What is Meant by Comparison of Adjectives? -- Comparative -- Superlative
33. What is a Possessive Adjective? -- Spanish unstressed possessive adjectives -- Spanish stressed possessive adjectives -- Study tips - Possessive adjectives
34. What is an Interrogative Adjective?
35. What is a Demonstrative Adjective?
36. What is an Adverb? -- Study Tips - Adverbs
37. What is a Conjunction? -- Study tips - Conjunctions and the subjunctive
38. What is a Preposition? -- Study tips - Prepositions
39. What are Objects? -- Direct object -- Indirect object -- Sentences with a direct and an indirect object -- Object of a preposition -- Relationship of a verb to its object
40. What are Direct Object Pronouns? -- Study tips - Direct object pronouns
41. What are Indirect Object Pronouns? -- Spanish use of indirect object pronouns
42. What are Object of Preposition Pronouns? -- Study tips - Object of preposition pronouns
43. What are Reflexive Pronouns and Verbs? -- Reciprocal action
44. What is a Possessive Pronoun? -- Study tips - Possessive Pronouns
45. What is an Interrogative Pronoun? -- "Who, whom, whose" -- Dangling prepositions -- "What" -- "Which one, which ones" -- "How much, how many" -- Study tips - Interrogative pronouns
46. What is a Demonstrative Pronoun?-- Spanish neuter demonstrative pronouns
47. What is a Relative Pronoun? -- Subject in a relative clause -- Direct object in a relative clause -- Indirect object and object of a preposition in a relative clause -- Relative pronouns without antecedents
48. What are Indefinites and Negatives? -- Study tips - Indefinites and negatives
Summary
'English Grammar for Students of Spanish' explains the grammatical terms that are in your Spanish textbook and shows you how they relate to English grammar. Once you understand the terms and concepts in your own language, it will be easier for you to understand what is being introduced in your textbook and by your teacher. To help you become a more efficient language learner, we offer specific 'Study Tips' for learning different types of words.
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