The present indicative tense is used after the word casi instead of the past. I hope this helps. Thanks, everyone, for the responses. I'll continue to update the list if more responses come in. I'd like to get all 99 confirmed at some point.
We'll see if that happens! So could some interested SD users use at least one of the "common connection phrases" in sentences and post them here as answers?
I would really like to see them used in sentences so that I would know better how to use them correctly. I am trying to develop some mnemonics to memorize all the list. That is quite a challenge!
I think knowing these phrases would be a boost to one's Spanish conversation skills! I'm sorry, I didn't see it earlier. I found this graphic here.
This is a great list. I count 99 phrases! Besides correcting any mistakes, perhaps someone could point out the phrases in this list that trigger the subjunctive if there are any. Ok, I will attempt to use one of these phrases correctly in a sentence using European Spanish. Log in Sign up.
A vote for all the typing. Is there a link to where you found this list or was it in a book? I was on a bunch of different sites today while studying. But then that will onlly give us the English won't it? You did a lot of work here. I'll try to find it again because it had phrases separated by section as well. Give your better half a hug.
We appreciate her input. A basic phrase that I tried to teach beginning students was "por eso" or any equivalent for "therefore". I have a flashcard set Writing words. You can check that out.
One covers loads of good essay phrases and the other covers subjunctive triggers. Log in Sign up. Hey, I like your avatar. Por favor puedes dar un ejemplo? Gracias, pero lo malo es que los palabras no tienen sus significados en Ingles.
With regard to your flashcards, which I have just opened: Shouldn't "nevertheless" be one word?
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