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  1. 5 days ago · The personal a in Spanish is used in sentences with direct objects. As its name suggests, the Spanish personal ‘a’ introduces a concrete person or animal who is receiving the action of the verb. It can be used with common nouns (niño, señora, mamá) as long as they refer to specific people or pets.

  2. 2 days ago · Spanish names are the traditional way of identifying, and the official way of registering, a person in Spain. They are composed of a given name (simple or composite [a]) and two surnames (the first surname of each parent). Traditionally, the first surname is the father's first surname, and the second is the mother's first surname. Since 1999, the order of the surnames in a family in Spain is ...

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  4. 5 days ago · Stem-changing verbs do not affect nosotros and vosotros. The majority of stem-changing verbs in Spanish are in the present tense. These spelling changes consist of replacing a vowel for another (or others). There are four types of stem-changing verbs in Spanish: From ‘e’ to ‘ie’. From ‘e’ to ‘i’. From ‘o’ to ‘ue’.

  5. 3 days ago · Spanish(español) or Castilian (castellano) is a Romance languageof the Indo-European language familythat evolved from the Vulgar Latinspoken on the Iberian Peninsulaof Europe. Today, it is a global languagewith about 500 million native speakers, mainly in the Americasand Spain, and about 600 million when including second language speakers.

  6. 5 days ago · Tener cuidado – To be careful. Tener razón – To be right/correct. Tener sentido – To make sense. Tener suerte – To be lucky. Tener confianza – To trust / To have confidence. Tener que…. – To have to. In Spanish, we use the formula tener + number + años to say someone’s age: [ ‘Tener’ conjugated] + [number] + años.

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  8. 1 day ago · A sibling's substance use disorder affects the whole family, but especially a female sibling. Ambiguous loss is real and related to how siblings feel about a brother or sister's substance use ...

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