Grammar Notes page
Please be sure you are linking to www.drlemon.COM (drlemon.net points to my site, but is not affiliated with it.) ¡Gracias! Teachers & students are welcome to use the materials presented here. I ask only that you cite me as the materials are copyrighted, and also licensed under Creative Commons. The Grammar explanations are organized into three groups: Grammar Basics, which includes the Spanish alphabet, pronunciation, greetings, gender and adjective agreement, and more grammar structures & constructs. On each page you will find links to exercises, activities, and games in the Practice Zone, a yellow block in the Navigation Bar to the left. Tips for using your Spanish: Many Spanish phrases do not translate literally. Although we translate Me llamo Deborah as "My name is Deborah", it really means "I'm called Deborah" or "I call myself Deborah". Cognates and False Cognates A Spanish word which looks like an English word and has the same meaning as that English word is called a cognate.
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