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The ABC of Spanish Eugenio Cafaro

The ABC of Spanish

Eugenio Cafaro

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The ABC of Spanish comprises a series of books, “Learn Spanish in Plain English” (Books 1-5), and “Learn Spanish Verb Tenses in Plain English”. These books are written in an easy-to-follow style. Technical jargon is introduced slowly and explainedMoreThe ABC of Spanish comprises a series of books, “Learn Spanish in Plain English” (Books 1-5), and “Learn Spanish Verb Tenses in Plain English”. These books are written in an easy-to-follow style. Technical jargon is introduced slowly and explained fully. This book will teach you Spanish grammar in a methodical way and in bite size chunks, so that you will never feel overwhelmed by the volume of material. Over time, you will acquire in-depth knowledge of the underlying principles, and you will never feel you are missing part of the puzzle.This book is comprehensive and includes 67 chapters. It will teach you all the essential building blocks such as: nouns, subject pronouns, adjectives, and much more. You will gain a thorough understanding of all the Spanish tenses: present, preterite, imperfect, conditional, future, present perfect, past perfect, future perfect and conditional perfect. Irregular verbs are also covered so that you have a complete understanding of how to form all the tenses in Spanish.Below is a full chapter list of the material covered:Nouns (gender)Nouns (plural)Subject PronounsRegular VerbsNouns (exceptions)Definite and Indefinite ArticlesSubject Pronouns (when to use them)Adjectives (general rules)Adjectives (exceptions)Adjectives (summary)Using the word “Hay”Spanish PrepositionsIrregular VerbsSer (to be)Estar (to be)Tener (to have)Venir (To come)Irregular First PersonIrregular First Person (“-cer”,”-cir”)Irregular First Person, (“-ger”,”-gir”)Irregular First Person (“-guir”)Stem Changing Verbs (“e-to-i”)Stem Changing Verbs (“e-to-ie”)Stem Changing Verbs (“o-to-ue”)Common irregular verbsPresent ProgressivePossessive AdjectivesAsking QuestionsIndefinite and Negative WordsThe Personal “a”Contractions (“al” and “del”)Saber and ConocerPara and PorCompound WordsPossessive PronounsDirect Object PronounsIndirect Object PronounsGustarReflexive VerbsIr, Salir and VenirAcabar (de)Volver (a)Equality / InequalityComparatives and SuperlativesThe Spanish AlphabetNumbers (1-30)Numbers (31-100)Numbers (100-1000)Days of the WeekSpanish MonthsDatesTelling the timePreterite Tense (regular verbs)Preterite Tense (stem changing)Preterite Tense (spelling change)Preterite Tense (irregular verbs)Imperfect Tense (regular verbs)Imperfect Tense (irregular verbs)Future Tense (regular verbs)Future Tense (irregular verbs)Conditional Tense (regular verbs)Conditional Tense (irregular verbs)Past ParticiplePresent PerfectPast PerfectFuture PerfectConditional Perfect