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Pero and Sino p. 319 - Chapter 7 Realidades 3. Pero and Sino The word pero is usually the equivalent of the English conjunction but. However, there is.

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1 Pero and Sino p. 319 - Chapter 7 Realidades 3

2 Pero and Sino The word pero is usually the equivalent of the English conjunction but. However, there is another word in Spanish, sino, that also means but. Sino is used after a negative, in order to offer the idea of an alternative: not this, but rather that.

3 Pero and Sino You can also use sino with no solo…sino también… (not only…but also) Apareció no sólo el sol sino también la luna.

4 Pero and Sino You use sino que instead of sino when there is a conjugated verb in the second part of the sentence. No vendí mis libros sino que los regalé.


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