Por and Para-Capitulo 6

Por and Para-Capitulo 6 - Por y para You've probably...

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Por y para Por y para You’ve probably noticed that there are two ways to express “ for ” in Spanish: Por Para In this slide show, we’ll look at how these two prepositions are used.
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Some preliminaries Some preliminaries Think of some examples that you already know: Por favor. Por el momento. ¿Hay un banco por aquí? Este regalo es para ti. Trabajo para un restaurante chino.
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What’s the difference? What’s the difference? There is a difference in the way that the objects of the prepositions are perceived. Rather than give you a long theoretical explanation, I’ll give you an acronym for para : P.E.R.F.E.C .T.
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P.E.R.F.E.C .T. Use para when talking about: P urpose: “in order to”: used together with an infinitive. E ffect that something has on something else. R ecipient F uture dates, deadlines, or events E mployment C omparison T oward a specific place
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urpose P urpose: “in order to”: used together with an infinitive. Estudio
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2011 for the course SPAN 122 taught by Professor Brower during the Fall '08 term at South Carolina.

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