SPANISH 3 PARALLEL GRAMMAR BOOK  Simplified Chinese with GERMAN BONUS - Katherine Lin


By Katherine Lin

  • Release Date: 2019-09-15
  • Genre: Arts et disciplines linguistiques


SPANISH GRAMMAR BOOK Eight formulas are created for stitch technique by using prepositions to “stitch” words together and to make it grammatically correct in Spanish. Infinitives are extensively used in the formula as objects of preposition. For your convenience, subordinating conjunctions such as miscellaneous “lo que, para que, por que, el que, a que, de que, en que, con que, sin que” are addressed in separate sections. Prepositions can be used to join Spanish verbs together. However, an infinitive, past participle, pp, and gerund can follow certain conjugated verbs, they can also follow its variations because they all retain its verb characteristics. A list of such verbs and illustrated examples are prepared for your study. The most frequently used and irregular Spanish verbs “haber, ser, tener, hacer poner” are also extensively covered in this book. Separate section is prepared for subject, direct object, indirect object, reflexive, relative, indefinite, and interrogative pronouns. The most confusing and difficult for foreigners such as “melo, noslo, selo, telo, sele, seos…” are covered with many illustrative examples. Separate and detailed sections are provided to explain under what circumstances subjunctive mood should be used, with many illustrated examples. Main topics also include present, imperfect, present perfect, and pluperfect subjunctive. Comparison in comparative and superlative forms are introduced. “Más, menos, menor, mejor, mayor, peor” can be used by itself, with “que” and/or with preposition “de” used in comparison. For Spanish negative or formal command, always conjugate the subjunctive. “Tú” form which looks like the present tense of 3rd person, singular, is used to give informal command in Spanish. For “vosotros” form, dropping the “r“ from all infinitives, before adding the “d”. Polite request and indirect command are also covered. In English, command can be indicated by omitting the subject of the verb. Interrogative, conditional tense, adverb, adjective, interjections, verb conjugation list are also included.