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Practising Spanish Grammar





ISBN 9781138339279
Published February 3, 2019 by Routledge
308 Pages

 
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Book Description

Practising Spanish Grammar can be used independently or as the ideal companion to the sixth edition of the widely acclaimed A New Reference Grammar of Modern Spanish (Butt, Benjamin and Moreira Rodríguez).

Thoroughly updated, this fourth edition of the workbook features an improved organization which closely mirrors that of A New Reference Grammar of Modern Spanish, sixth edition. The selection of exercises has been fully revised and expanded with new exercises on a variety of topics including possessives, conditional, future and past tenses, and polite requests.

Designed to stimulate and engage even the most grammar-shy students, this is an ideal resource for Spanish learners at CEFR Level B2–C1, ACFTL Intermediate-High to Advanced.

Table of Contents

Contents

1. Nouns

2. Articles

3. Adjectives

4. Comparatives

5. Demonstratives

6. The neuter

7. Possessives

8. Numbers

9. Pronouns

10. Forms of verbs

11. Indicative usage

12. The subjunctive

13. The imperative

14. Non-finite forms of the verb

15. Auxiliary verbs - poder, saber etc.

16. Personal a

17. Negative constructions

18. Questions and exclamations

19. Conditional sentences

20. Pronominal verbs

21. The expression of 'becoming'

22. Passive

23. Ser, estar and haber

24. Adverbs

25. Expressions of time

26. Conjunctions

27. Prepositions

28. Relative pronouns

29. Nominalizers and cleft sentences

30. Word order

31. Affective suffixes

32. Spelling and punctuation

33. General exercises

Glossary of Grammatical Terms

Key to the Exercises

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Author(s)

Biography

Angela Howkins is a former Lecturer in Spanish at Dundee College, Scotland.

Christopher Pountain is Professor of Spanish Linguistics at Queen Mary's College, University of London.

Teresa de Carlos is a native speaker of Spanish and a former Senior Language Teaching Officer at the University of Cambridge.