17 - bank. 3 When you have de+el it contracts to del, which...

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There are only 2 contractions in the entire  Spanish language-al and del. 2
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When you have a+el it contracts to “al”,  which means “to the”.  This contraction is  used when talking about something that is  masculine singular. Ex.  Yo voy al banco.-I am going to the 
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Unformatted text preview: bank. 3 When you have de+el it contracts to del, which means of the or from the. This contraction is used when talking about something masculine singular. Ex. El libro est lejos del pupitre.-The book is far from the desk. 4...
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