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Spanish Grammar drill - Columbia University
3) The usage of 'neutral demonstratives'. Demonstratives have to agree in number and gender with the noun they determine. The neutral pronoun forms esto, eso, and ...
http://www.columbia.edu/~fms5/hdem.html

IXL Spanish | Online Spanish practice
Dive into IXL Spanish! Unlimited questions in 139 Level 1 Spanish skills help learners build confidence and develop fluency in Spanish vocabulary, grammar, and more!
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A. Write the Comparative forms of the adjectives
4. Elephants are heavyer than pigs. X _____ 5. Bears are more rare than snakes. X _____ Comparative adjectives.
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Adjective - Wikipedia
In linguistics, an adjective (abbreviated adj) is a describing word, the main syntactic role of which is to qualify a noun or noun phrase, giving more information ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adjective

Compare – Learn English
Update January 2017. This is quite an old game now and has a few issues that make it quite dated and ineffective. There is a new game based on this one which uses the ...
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IXL - Iowa Level 1 Spanish standards
IXL's dynamic Spanish practice skills offer comprehensive coverage of Iowa Level 1 standards. Find a skill to start practicing!
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Gender of Nouns Part I: Test #1 - StudySpanish.com
Learn Spanish grammar with our free helpful lessons and fun exercises at StudySpanish.com. Get started on your way to speaking Spanish conversationally!
https://studyspanish.com/grammar/test/genoun1-t

Spanish Parts of Speech (Part 1) - Spanish411
An adjective is most any word that further describes (or modifies, clarifies, qualifies, etc.) a noun. In English adjectives usually come before the noun they modify:
http://spanish411.net/Spanish-Parts-Of-Speech.asp

101 Spanish Love/Romantic Phrases | Hugh Fox III
Yeah I am going to have to say you are right to a point. “Rico” means rich for sure. However, I think the connotation for daddy is a little different in English ...
https://foxhugh.com/spanish/100-spanish-loveromantic-phrases/

Conditional Tense Practice Quiz | SpanishDict
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