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Transitive Verb
A. Direct Complement is Definite
B. Direct Complement is Indefinite
C. Direct Complement is Reflexive
A. Indirect Complement is Nonreflexive
B. Indirect Complement is Reflexive
Impersonal and Intransitive Verb
A. No Complement
B. Indirect Complement
A. Preposition in General
B. Preposition “De”
Adverbial Complement
Part 1. Adverbial Complement of Verb(c)
Order of Principal Clause
Observations
Introduction to Verb(I)
Subordinate Clause with Conjunction
Part 1. Subordinate Clause is Noun
Part 2. Subordinate Clause is Noun Complement
Part 3. Subordinate Clause is Adverbial Complement
Subordinate Clause with Relative Article
Part 1. Subordinate Clause is Noun Complement
Part 2. Subordinate Clause is Noun
B. Interrogation with Subordinate Clause
C. Interrogation with Time
Subordinate Clause with Verb(I)
Part 1. Subordinate Clause with Conjunction
Part 3. Subordinate Clause with Accented Relative Article
Coordinate Clause with Conjunction
Haber, Tener, Deber
A. Haber and Past Participle
Ser, Estar, Other Auxiliary Verbs
A. Attribute is Noun
B. Attribute is Noun Complement
C. Attribute is Adverbial Complement
E. Ser with Second Clause
A. Attribute is Noun Complement
B. Attribute is Adverbial Complement
A. Passive Voice Expresses Action
B. Passive Voice Expresses Result of Action
C. Divergence of Ser and Estar
Part 4. Strong Auxiliary and Weak Nonauxiliary Verbs
Verb(I), Past Participle, Gerund
Comparisons
C. Masculine vs. Feminine
D. Singular vs. Plural
E. Modification to Name Ending
A. Name with Qualitative Adjective
B. Name with Quantitative Adjective
C. Name with Demonstrative Adjective
D. Name with Possessive Adjective
E. Name with Indefinite Adjective
All Noun Forms
Preposition
Conjugations of Verb
Part 1. Regular Verb Conjugations
A. Conjugations in Indicative
B. Conjugations in Imperative
C. Conjugations in Subjunctive
Part 2. Irregular Verb Conjugations
A. Verb Ends in “Ar”
B. Verb Ends in “Er”
C. Verb Ends in “Ir”
Part 3. Defective Verb Conjugations
Past Participle, Gerund, Adverb
Pronunciation and Accentuation of Word
Accent with Single Vowel
Accent with Diphthong
Index
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Mechanics of Spanish

Mechanics of Spanish

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