Tip of the Month - Conjunctions -y- and -e-.
But when do I use "y"? And "e"? It is very easy. If the following word begins with "i", you'll use conjunction "e", in order to avoid the repetition of the same sound twice.
(The cat and the elephant).
In this sentence, I have used "y", because the following word (el) doesn't begin with an "i" sound. On the other hand, we have:
(That boy is tall and inteligent)
You can find below some materials / web pages that, from my point of view, can be useful and interesting:
|Visual Link Spanish™ - Just click, listen and repeat! Don't just learn Spanish; put it into practice with a unique guided, step-by-step system. I've tested it and I wish I'd had something similar when I studied English!!|
|Lo más TV||Such a funny, intelligent and useful way to learn and enjoy the Spanish language!! It is a web based activity and offers new videos on a weekly basis. By clicking on any of them you'll be taken to a new page were you can chose between dial-up or broadband. The load is fast, and in few seconds you will be watching and listening to the video.|
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