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Adjectives Technically, the words  alguno  and  ninguno  are only used as pronouns. If used as an adjective, the  o  is dropped, and they change to  alg ú n  and  ning ú n  when followed by a singular masculine noun.  For example,  alguno  and  ninguno  drop the  –o  and are used as adjectives here:  T ú  tienes alg ú n dinero. Yo no tengo ning ú n dinero.   You have some money. I don't have any money. Now, here is an example of  alguno  and  ninguno  being used as pronouns:  T ú  tienes dinero y yo quiero alguno. Mi otro amigo no tiene ninguno.   You have lots of money and I want some. My other friend doesn't have any. Conjunctions:  sino  and  pero   It's important to understand the differences between the conjunctions  sino  and  pero  because they  can both be translated as “but.”  Sino  is used when the first clause of the sentence is negative and the second clause contradicts it. It 
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