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we divide spanish words by how many vowels they have. the exception to this rule would be:
split, don't split
if there is an accent on a dipthong you (split, don't split) it but if there is no accent you (split, don't split)
consonants generally come (before, after) the vowel in their syllable (think is it ca+sa or cas+a?)
proper names, starting a sentence, countries
list the areas where you would capitalize: proper names, starting a sentence, days of the week, months, titles (such as Mr. or Mrs, principal, etc), adjectives of nationality (Mexican, Spanish, etc.), countries (Spain, America)
no __ sino __ (not this but this)
When using sino, how would you say it? write in spanish
(this not this or not this but this)
__ pero __ (this not this)
how would u use pero? write in spanish (this not this or not this but this)
If you are using O which means or, what do you change the O to if the word after it starts with an O?
If you are using Y which means and, what do you change the Y to if the word after it starts with an I?
ruso, rusa, rusos, rusas
for nationality adjectives, if it ends w/ an o, example being ruso, u conjugate it:
espaNol, espaNola, espaNoles, espaNolas
for nationality adjectives, if it ends w/ an l, example being espaNol, u conjugate it:
mi, tu, su, nuestro vuestro, su
list the posessive pronouns; remember that every single one will add an "s" if the thing it is possessing is plural (ex. bookS)
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