A Concise and Simplified Grammar of the Spanish Language

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C. and H. Senior, 1840 - 139 páginas
 

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Página 34 - All the ordinal numbers agree with the Nouns to which they refer, in gender and number : primero drops the o when placed immediately before a Noun masculine : Ex.
Página 31 - So much and so many, as much and ns many, are each translated tanto, which must agree in gender and number, with the Noun to which it is prefixed ; Ex.
Página 14 - Nouns diminutive are formed by the addition of the terminations in, illo, ito, ico, ete, uelo, or uejo, to the masculine : the feminine are formed by adding a to the termination in, and by changing the final vowel of the others into a, (dropping the final vowel of the primitive nouns of either gender ending in one...
Página 33 - Uno agrees in gender with the Noun to which it refers, but drops the o when it immediately precedes a Noun masculine singular : Ex.
Página 43 - Mio, mine. tuyo, thine, suyo, his, hers, its. nuestro, ours. vuestro, yours. suyo, theirs. 3. This class of possessive pronouns are made to agree in person with the possessor, and in gender and number with the thing possessed. They change the final letter into a to form the feminine gender, and an s is added to them to form the plural number : Ex.
Página 54 - When a verb in the imperfect of the subjunctive, governed by a conjunction, is preceded by a verb in any of the past tenses of the indicative or the subjunctive, either of the terminations ra or se may be employed with the governed verb, when it expresses a power or a duty ; but if it denote a will or an inclination, ria is required: Ex.
Página 6 - The pronoun he, she, it, ought to agree in gender and number with the noun to which it refers. But it often happens that it has to be used with reference to the individuals of a class that may consist of both sexes, distributed by means of the singular indefinite pronouns ' each ' and
Página 28 - It is not so strong as the other. 6. The comparative of superiority is formed by placing the word mas (more) before the adjective, and que (than) after it; that of inferiority, by menos (less) before, and que after. Ex.: Es mds rico que su hermano.
Página 97 - Y aurait-il ? etc. there being. there having been. there is or there are. there was or there were. there was or there were. there has or have been.

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