An Introduction To Spanish Grammar

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When learning a new language, it is always useful to be familiar with its main grammatical units. This constitutes the first necessary step in order to understand and create meaningful speech.

Here are the main grammatical elements in Spanish and some useful information about them:

Nouns:
A noun is a word which is mostly used to refer to a person or thing. All nouns in Spanish have a gender, meaning that they are either masculine or feminine. For example, nio (boy) is masculine and nia (girl) is feminine. The best way to identify gender is undoubtedly experience, although here are some general guidelines which may be useful at the beginning: usually nouns ending in o are masculine and nouns ending in a are feminine. Of course there are always exceptions.

For example, mano (hand) and radio (radio) are feminine. On the other hand, words of Greek origin ending in ma, such as dilema (dilemma) or problema (problem) are masculine. When you are learning new vocabulary, it is recommendable that you learn a noun together with its corresponding article. That will help you to remember their gender. For example la nia, la mano or el problema and el...

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