8 Answered Questions for the topic gram&#225;tica

Gram&#225;tica Spanish Género

06/26/19

#### Mismatching word gender in Spanish?

My native language is a genderless language, there is no masculine/feminine words, and so there is no being agreeable in grammar. This causes a lot of confusion for me as a Spanish Learner and no... more
Gram&#225;tica Spanish Vocabulario

06/21/19

#### Determining gender of words ending in "e"?

When learning Spanish, there are basic rules taught about word gender: words ending in *o* are usually masculine, words ending in *a* are usually feminine.What about words ending in *e*? Are there... more
Gram&#225;tica Spanish Vocabulario

06/20/19

#### Correct terminology for male/female animals?

How do I speak about my pet rats in Spanish? Firstly, do I understand correctly that "rata" means "rat" and "rat&#243;n" means "mouse"? I also realize that "rato" means "a short while," so... more
Gram&#225;tica Spanish Sintaxis

06/17/19

In Spanish, adjectives typically come after the noun they modify. However, there are some cases when the adjective comes before the noun, and usually (always?) with a change in meaning. ... more
Gram&#225;tica Spanish

05/03/19

#### When to use "a"?

"Last week I saw my husband's aunt" translated to "La semana pasada vi *a* la tia de mi esposo". I always miss the little "a" when I see a sentence like this. Could someone help me summarize when... more
Gram&#225;tica Spanish Uso De Palabras

05/03/19

#### What is the difference between "tuyo" and "suyo"?

I see them both being used to represent possession. For example: > El gato es suyo and > El gato es tuyo. Are these sentences the same? What is the difference between these words?
Gram&#225;tica Spanish Vocabulario

05/03/19

#### Actualmente vs. "ahora"?

Both translate as now. How does one decide which one to use in which context? My understanding is that **ahora** is more like "right now, at this moment" whereas **actualmente** has a broader sense... more
Gram&#225;tica Spanish Pronombres

05/03/19

#### Grammar: "te veo los ojos"?

I have few questions: 1. In the example "Te veo los ojos", in English that is "I see your eyes". te=your, right? If I change the sentence to "Se veo los ojos", then it will become `"I see... more

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