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- Question 1: (TIENE) When talking about a person's age we use the word TENER. In this question, it must be conjugated in the third person because we're talking about Juan (él).
- Question 2: (VIVE) The verb VIVIR used with the preposition EN expresses residency. Vivir en, (to live in).
- Question 3: (LE GUSTA) The verb GUSTAR is used with the pronoun LE in the third person when the idea is not reflexive. GUSTAR is used in the singular in this sentence because it refers to a singular object ("jugar al fútbol").
- Question 4: (SE VISTE) The verb VESTIRSE is reflexive and irregular. That's why it needs the pronoun SE and the E changes to I when conjugated (in all forms of the present tense except nosotros and vosotros).
- Question 5: (BLANCA) The root of the adjective is BLANC-, to which we add –O, -OS, -A, -AS depending on the gender and whether the noun it's describing is plural or singular. In this sentence, "la camisa" is a singular, feminine noun.
- Question 6: (HAY) The verb HAY is used with the indefinite article un/una when referring to an unspecific object (ex. Hay un coche). The verb hay is used without an article when referring to a common noun in the plural (ex. Hay coches). The verb ESTÁ/N is used with the definite articles el/la/los/las when referring to something specific (ex. Allí está el coche). However, ESTÁ/N is used without an article when referring to a proper noun (ex. Allí está Laura).
- Question 7: (DELANTE DEL) DELANTE is an adverb and is used alone (ex. Por favor, ponte delante). When referring to something's placement, we use the formula DELANTE DE + the point of reference. When the article EL follows the preposition DE, both words are combined to form the word DEL (DE+EL=DEL) (ex. Delante del coche; delante de la casa).
- Question 8: (ESTE) ESTE is used together with masculine, singular words; ESTO is used as a pronoun on its own to refer to abstract ideas and objects that the speaker does not know the gender of (ex: ¿Qué es esto?); AQUELLO functions in the same way as ESTO, but in reference to something that is far away or that occurred in the distant past; ESTOS is used to refer masculine, plural words (ex. este coche / estos coches).
- Question 9: (SUS) SUS is used to express possession. It is placed before plural nouns (ex. Son sus padres). SUYOS is also used to express possession but it is never placed next to the noun (ex. Estos libros son suyos / estos son suyos libros).
- Question 10: (MUCHO) MUY is used with an adjective or an adverb (ex. Es muy bonito / Es muy tarde). MUCHO is used with a masculine, singular noun (ex. Hace mucho calor). MÁS is a comparative and it must be used with a noun in a structure with QUE (ex. Hoy hace más calor que ayer). MEJOR is a comparative that is not often used with a noun –although it can be; it may appear in the structure MEJOR + QUE, or it can be used on its own, usually with a definite article to form the superlative (ex. Mi moto es mejor que la tuya / Este diccionario es el mejor).
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