Grammar And Tenses

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The tense used to describe things happening at that moment or that are part of a regular routine.
Present
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The tense used to describe uncompleted actions in the past, actions that were part of a routine and to describe buildings and places-that are still there- that you have previously visited.
Imperfect
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The tense used to describe completed actions in the past.
Preterite
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The tense used to say that you are going to do something.
Near future
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The tense used to say that you will do something.
Future
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What gender is the word mapa?
Masculine
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What gender is the word programas?
Masculine
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What gender is the word jardin?
Masculine
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What gender is the word combinación?
Feminine
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What gender is the word univerisdad?
Feminine
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The Spanish word for last night?
Anoche
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The Spanish word for already?
Ya
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The Spanish word for after?
Después
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The Spanish word for soon?
Pronto
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The Spanish word for then?
Entonces
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The Spanish word for therefore?
Por lo tanto
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The Spanish word for to sum up?
En resumen
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The Spanish word for although?
Aunque
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The Spanish word for while/whereas?
Mientras que
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The tense used to describe uncompleted actions in the past, actions that were part of a routine and to describe buildings and places-that are still there- that you have previously visited.

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Imperfect

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The tense used to describe completed actions in the past.

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The tense used to say that you are going to do something.

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The tense used to say that you will do something.

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