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Unformatted text preview: Gramática Avanzada Gramática Capítulo 1 Sustantivos Sustantivos Feminine nouns that begin with a stressed a or Feminine the silent h followed by a take the masculine definite or indefinite article (el / un). definite The reason is that it would be too difficult to The pronounce the two vowels—la a, una a— pronounce together. together. Sustantivos Sustantivos Forma Singular el agua (water) (water) el águila (eagle) (eagle) el área (area) (area) el arma (weapon) (weapon) el ala (wing) el hacha (axe) (axe) Forma plural las aguas las aguilas las áreas las armas las alas las hachas Sustantivos Sustantivos Since these nouns are actually feminine, the Since plural articles (las / unas) are used and the plural are adjective that modifies the noun would be feminine. feminine. el agua cálida el hacha aguda el águila majestuosa el ala agraciada el área ocupada el arma peligrosa Sustantivos Sustantivos There are several nouns in Spanish that end in There a but are masculine. These are nouns derived from Greek roots. They take the definite article el and the indefinite article un. el un el día el poema el mapa el programa el planeta el sistema el clima el telegrama el drama el tema Pronombres Demostrativos Pronombres In Spanish, like in English, the forms of the In demonstrative pronouns are the same as the demonstrative adjectives. demonstrative English: this, that, these, those Spanish: este esta ese esa aquel aquella estos estas esos esas aquellos aquellas Pronombres Posesivos Pronombres A possessive pronoun replaces a noun that is possessive modified by a possessive adjective. Like any other pronoun, the possessive pronoun must agree in gender and number with the noun it replaces. The possessive pronoun is always accompanied by a definite article. accompanied Pronombres Posesivos Pronombres Adjetivo Posesivo mi, mis tu, tus su, sus nuestro, nuestra, nuestros, nuestras Pronombre Posesivo el mío, la mía, los míos, las mías el tuyo, la tuya, los tuyos, las tuyas el suyo, la suya, los suyos, las suyas el nuestro, la nuestra los nuestros, las nuestras Asignatura Asignatura Text 42-47 Actividades 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8 Act. 1—Choose the correct answer. Act. 3—Complete each sentence with the correct Act. definite article. definite Act. 4—Re-write each sentence using demonstrative Act. pronouns. pronouns. Act. 5—Answer each question using a possessive Act. pronoun. pronoun. Act. 7—Re-write each sentence using a possessive Act. adjective. adjective. Act. 8— Re-write each sentence using a possessive adjective. ...
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