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Cecilia S.
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Spanish
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Question:

Conjugate the following words into first person singular of the present, past imperfect and simple future: comer, hablar, escribir

Cecilia S.
Answer:

present: como, hablo, escribo past imperfect: comía, hablaba, escribía simple future: comeré, hablaré, escribiré

Linguistics
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Question:

Break down the following word into morphemes: discourage, interested, disgrace, integrated, connected, arrangement, prearrange, legally, troubled, usually

Cecilia S.
Answer:

[v. dis[n. courage]] [[n. interest]adj. ed] [n. dis[n. grace]] [[v. integrat]adj. ed] [[v. connect]v. ed] [[v. arrange]n. ment] [v. pre[v. arrange]] [[adj. legal]adv. ly] [[n. troubl]adj. ed] [[adj. usual]adv. ly]

English as a Second Language
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Question:

Relative to a noun, where is an adjective placed? Before or after?

Cecilia S.
Answer:

Contrary to romance languages, in English, an adjective is placed before the noun. Ex: the red rose

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