Spanish Grammar in Review

ISBN-10: 0130283355

ISBN-13: 9780130283351

Edition: 3rd 2001 (Revised)

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For courses in intermediate and advanced Spanishas a grammar review text. Designed to be used with ANY Spanish reader or conversation text, this volume reviews virtually every aspect of modern grammar usage. It contains grammatical analyses of the structure of Spanish, plus an abundance of practice exercises. An answer key can be provided for students to check their own work, if required.
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Book details

List price: $133.40
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 11/13/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 318
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.100

Review of Verb Forms: Present, Imperfect, and Preterit Indicative
Present Indicative
Imperfect Indicative
Review of Verb Forms: The Subjunctive and Command Forms
Present Subjunctive
Imperfect Subjunctive
Command Forms
Review of Verb Forms: Future, Conditional, Compound Tenses, and Gerund
Future Tense
The Conditional
The Past Participle
Compound Tenses
Gerund (-ndo Form)
Ser, Estar, and Haber (Hay)
With -ndo Forms
Locations of Entities vs. Location of Events
Haber for Existence
Estar with Certain Adjectives
Using ser for Material, Ownership, Origin, and Purpose
Ser with Nouns as Complements
With Past Participles (-do Forms)
With Adjectives
Contrastive Drills
Expressions of Probability
Future and Conditional Tenses
The Verb Deber
The Imperfect Past vs. The Preterit Past
The Basic Definition
Preterit and Imperfect in Indirect Discourse
Imperfect and Preterit of Conocer, Saber, Poder, Tener Que, and Querer
Use of the Imperfect and Preterit of Ser
General Practice of Imperfect and Preterit
The Subjunctive in Noun Clauses
Noun Clauses
The Indicative in Noun Clauses
The Factor of Change of Subject
Subjunctive and Infinitive with Impersonal Expressions
Verbs That Allow Infinitives Even with a Change of Subject
Verbs of Communication: Subjunctive vs. Indicative
Tense Usage in the Subjunctive
The Expression Ojala
The Expressions Tal Vez, Quizas, and Acaso
The Subjunctive in Adverbial Clauses
Adverbial Clauses
Subjunctive in Adverbial Clauses of Time
The Change of Subject Factor
Mientras with Subjunctive and Indicative
Subjunctive and Indicative with Aunque
Emotional Reactions Expressed with Aunque and the Subjunctive
The Subjunctive in Adjective Clauses
The Subjunctive in Adjective Clauses
Sentences with SI. 1. Si Corresponding to English Whether
Conditional Sentences with Si
Possible Conditions in the Past
The Articles: Use and Non-Use
General Statements
Definite Article Instead of the Possessive
Names of Languages
El vs. La with Feminine Nouns
No Article in English vs. Article in Spanish with Days of the Week and Other Phrases
Geographical Names
Indefinite Articles and Predicate Nouns
The Neuter Article Lo
Verb-Object Pronouns
Direct Objects
Indirect Objects
Verbs That Allow Only Indirect Objects
Reflexive and Non-Reflexive Direct Objects
Two Verb-Object Pronouns Together
Reciprocal Reflexive Construction Each Other
Indirect Object Expressing Interest, Possession, and the Like
Unplanned Occurrences
Substitutes for Nouns: Nominalization
Nominalizations with Gender and Number
Es M8o vs. Es El M8o
Lo Que
Passives and their Equivalents
The Ser Passive
Se as Marker of an Unspecified Subject
Pronouns with Se-Passive Construction
Redundant Obj
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