Look for related verbs, adjectives, and nouns:
· verbs - it rains, it snows
· adjectives - rainy day, snowy day
· nouns - the rain, the snow
Make sure to SAY every answer in Spanish before you click it.
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With Determining Adjectives - Which?
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With Determining Adjectives - How much?
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The Verbs Making/Doing and Having with Weather Nouns
Most Spanish verbs have verb-tense forms that correspond well to English in meaning and in use.
This practice will be more challenging, as this correspondence breaks down a bit for these two particular verbs.
To bridge the different ways Spanish and English express the same idea, at times we'll translate the Spanish verb "has" as "there is".
And to fill the gaps in the forms of the English verb "being", we'll use two forms that should exist but don't: "does be" and "did be".
The notes in the app are extensive and can be confusing upon the first read.
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