130 - baila is the ella form of the verb While y and o can...

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These three conjunctions are used in the same way as English conjunctions. Remember that if the conjunction y (and) is used to create a compound subject, the verb will be in a plural form. However, if the conjunction o (or) is used, the subject is considered singular, and the verb will be in a singular form. Estela y Coleta bailan tango. Estela and Coleta dance the tango. (Notice that bailan is an ellos form of the verb.) Miguelita o Marisol baila el flamenco hoy. Miguelita or Marisol dances the flamenco today. (Notice that
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Unformatted text preview: baila is the ella form of the verb.) While y and o can be used to join nouns or sentences together, pero can only be used to join sentences together. • Juan baila pero Marco canta. Juan dances but Marco sings. There are two irregularities with conjunctions. The conjunction o changes to u in front of words beginning with ho–, or o– . And, the conjunction y changes to e in front of any word beginning with hi– or i– ....
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