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CONJUNCTIONS Conjunctions are words that join two or more words (nouns or verbs), phrases, or clauses.

There are three types of conjunctions: Coordinating Conjunctions for and nor but or yet so Subordinating Conjunctions after although as as if as long as as much as as soon as as though because before by the time even if even though if in order that Meaning para y ni pero, sino o aún por lo tanto Meaning después aunque como como si siempre que tanto como tan pronto como como si porque antes por el momento incluso aunque si a fin de que, para
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Subordinating Conjunctions in case lest once only if provided that since so that than that though till unless until when whenever where wherever while Correlative Conjunctions both... and either... or neither... nor not only... but also whether... or

Meaning en caso para que no una vez sólo si a condición de que desde de modo que de que aunque hasta a menos que hasta cuando cuando, en cualquier momento donde donde, en cualquier lugar mientras que Meaning tanto ... y ya sea ... o ni ... ni no sólo ... pero también si ... o

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OBJECT PRONOUNS

Do now write subject pronouns in the predicate, instead use OBJECT PRONOUNS. For example: Wrong: I like she. Correct: I like her

Read and study the following chart: SUBJECT PRONOUN I You He She It We You They OBJECT PRONOUN me you him her it us you them

POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES

Nouns cannot be alone, they need an article or a word. This word can be a possessive adjective. Read and study the following chart: OWNER I You He She It We You They
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OBJECT PRONOUN my dog (s) your dog (s) his dog (s) her dog (s) its dog (s) our dog (s) your dog (s) their dog (s)

USEFUL WORDS

Nouns cannot be alone, they need an article or a word. Here there are some useful words. Read and study the following chart: WORDS this (sing. ) that ( sing.) these ( plur. ) those ( plur. ) a few ( plur. count. + ) few ( plur. count. - ) a little ( uncount. + ) little ( uncount. + ) any (count./ uncount.) some ( plur. count. / uncount.) several ( plur. count.) many ( plur. count.) much ( uncount. ) 1 ( sing. count.) 2, 3, 4 . etc. ( plur. count.) expressions of quantity * sing. = singular noun / plur. = plural noun / count. = countable noun uncount. = uncountable noun EXAMPLE this dog that dog these dogs those dogs a few dogs few dogs a little water little water any dog, any dogs, any water some dogs, some water several dogs many dogs much water one dog two dogs, 3 dogs, etc...
a glass of water, two bottles of water

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