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  1. Spanish determiners - Wikipedia

    The Spanish language uses determiners in a similar way to English. The main differences are that Spanish determiners inflect for gender (masculine/feminine, with some instances of vestigial neuter) and always inflect for number as well.

  2. Talk:Spanish grammar - Wikipedia

    This article seems to be too short given the importance of Spanish language in the world. Compare it with the length of Basque grammar, spoken by only a million people. --Againme 15:39, 29 December 2008 (UTC) Table Headings. Why are the headers on all the tables in Spanish?

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  4. Spanish verbs - Wikipedia

    Spanish verbs form one of the more complex areas of Spanish grammar. Spanish is a relatively synthetic language with a moderate to high degree of inflection, which shows up mostly in Spanish conjugation.

  5. Grammatical gender in Spanish - Wikipedia

    Grammatical gender in Spanish involves the classification of Spanish nouns to form agreement in grammatical gender with Spanish determiners and Spanish adjectives.All Spanish nouns have a lexical gender of either masculine or feminine, and most nouns referring to male humans are grammatically masculine, while most referring to females are feminine.

  6. Spanish pronouns - Wikipedia

    Spanish pronouns in some ways work quite differently from their English counterparts.Subject pronouns are often omitted, and object pronouns can appear either as proclitics that come before the verb or enclitics attached to the end of it in different linguistic environments.

  7. Spanish - ALL Grammar Wiki

    KS2-3 Spanish - Sets of display resources (KS2-3 Spanish - Sets of display resources) (Contributor: ALL Connect Team) KS2-3 Top 100 Spanish words (KS2-3 Top 100 Spanish words)

  8. Spanish language - Wikipedia

    Spanish (español (help · info)) or Castilian (/ k æ ˈ s t ɪ l i ə n / (), castellano (help · info)) is a Romance language that originated in the Iberian Peninsula of Europe. Today, it is a global language with nearly 500 million native speakers, mainly in Spain and the Americas.

  9. Grammar - Wikipedia

    The term "grammar" can also describe the rules which govern the linguistic behavior of a group of speakers. For example, the term "English grammar" may refer to the whole of English grammar; that is, to the grammars of all the speakers of the language, in which case the term encompasses a great deal of variation.

  10. gramática - Useful resources for learning Spanish grammar at ...

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