Homework - Vocabulary, singular vs. plural

Homework Vocabulary singular vs plural

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Unformatted text preview: jeto. Answer the following questions in English in your own. Use p. 24 to help you answer questions 1 and 3. (5) I. Why are subject pronouns often omitted in Spanish? S\0(~ ~~ "'JQ-.f\] WW\ \~C\( \S -m~ ~\..-~jVl~ ()~ c S\.,\YJ~§~t\ ~{\.)(\OlM'IS 00<: o+''*.• C' I\ \\fd 2. Why must subject pronouns always be used in English? St._)·<>JS.\ ~\\) llo~J.-·N) ~.\,'-~\ 0r.... \ t'ec\ s; } \- 1 ~se: \A_~Q' Q.o 1 o\ \1c,\lrc \10'0 ~\fV,~ ' 1Ch~\~ '~ SLtVJ ~X'l\ cK ~ <sq~,.\.~i 3. Describe three different reasons why there are different forms of the subject pronoun "you" in Spanish? ce. \ l~' \\ G\~C1"\ ~ 'f\~~\ s,\_\Jl ~\a.~ Lv' Y\ ~ ((00S, Q~e- s c-no pr"\S. L\~\ec ,~ \«~ ~ <;;Y\~GJ ·~ 1 \ 'b (). v-s tc...-\ ~ \)\\A(c\ \_~OL-<' "' D. Los cognados. A cognate is a word in one language that looks like (and has the same meaning as) a word in another language (e.g. music and musica). Recognizing that a word is a cognate increases not only your vocabulary but also re...
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