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The preposition de Cap. 2 p. 64
DE is used to show possession or ownership. Es el carro de Ernesto. Its Ernests car. **There is NO apostrophe s in Spanish. Son los amigos de la profesora. Theyre the teachers friends.
DE can be used to indicate what type of thing youre describing. los libros de aventuras adventure books las películas de misterio mystery movies
DE is also used to say where someone is from. Julio es de Costa Rica. Julio is from Costa Rica. Mis amigas son de Puerto Rico. My friends are from Puerto Rico.
DE followed by the definite article el makes a contraction: de + el = del example of contractions in English: can + not = cant el correo electrónico del profesor the teachers e-mail address
vamos a practicar Act. 32 p. 64 en el libro
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