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Pronouns After PrepositionsPage 154 Avancemos 2
Pronouns After PrepositionsIn English, prepositions (for, from, to, and with) sometimes link pronouns to another word in a sentence.
Pronouns After PrepositionsSome of the pronouns that follow prepositions are different from the subject pronouns. I have a gift. The gift is for me.
Pronouns After PrepositionsSpanish: Yo tengo un regalo. El regalo es para mí.
Pronouns After PrepositionsPronouns that follow prepositions are different from subject pronouns and object pronouns. Use these pronouns after prepositions like para, de, a, and con.
Pronouns After PrepositionsCommon prepositions: Para – for De – of, from A – to, at (or personal “a”) Con - with
Pronouns After Prepositionspara mí para ti para él, ella, Ud. para nosotros para nosotras para ellos, ellas, Uds.
Pronouns After PrepositionsNotice that these pronouns are the same as the subject pronouns in all forms except mí (yo) and ti (tú):
Pronouns After PrepositionsClara vive lejos de nosotros. Clara lives far from us. Tengo un regalo para ti. I have a gift for you.
Pronouns After PrepositionsWith verbs like gustar, use pronouns after the preposition “a” to add emphasis. A mí no me gusta la ropa de cuadros. I really don´t like plaid clothes.
Pronouns After PrepositionsUncertain: Le gusta ir a la librería. It pleases him/her/you to go to the bookstore.
Pronouns After PrepositionsCertain: A él le gusta ir a la librería. It pleases him to go to the bookstore.
Pronouns After PrepositionsWhen you want to say “with me” and “with you,” the preposition “con” is irregular: conmigo – with me contigo – with you (the other forms of “con” are regular.)
Pronouns After Prepositions¿Vas a la fiesta conmigo o con Jorge? Are you going to the party with me or with Jorge?
Pronouns After PrepositionsNo voy con él; voy contigo. I´m not going with him; I´m going with you.
In order to talk about activities, you need to use verbs
Capítulo 1 The Verb: Ser.
REGULAR VERBS Verbs whose INFINITIVES end in -ar follow a pattern.
Pronouns after prepositions
El verbo Gustar.
Indirect Object Pronouns
The verb gustar me gusta(n)nos gusta(n) te gusta(n)os gusta(n) le gusta(n)les gusta(n) gusta is used if item is singular gustan is used if the item is.
Tener Present Tense.
Ser Present Tense.
In English and Spanish, the infinitive is the base form of the verb.
Los Pronombres Brian Xu.
Verbs like gustar P. 148 Avancemos 2.
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The Verb IR + A + Infinitive REGULAR VERBS Verbs whose INFINITIVES end in -ar follow a pattern.
Tú. Commands Page 97 Avancemos 3.
Verb DOLER (to hurt).
Craig Thomas B.A.. VERB STRUCTURE “Yo” First Person“Nosotros”1 st Person Plural “Tú” 2 nd Person Familiar “Ellos/Ellas” 3 rd Person Plural “Ustedes” 2.
Page 410 Realidades 1 Indirect Object Pronouns Indirect Objects I bought that skirt for her. I gave those shoes to him. What is the subject, the verb,
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