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Subject: Spanish

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Como se forman adverbios que terminan en -mente??

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Answer:

--> Se forman con el femenino del adjetivo. Lento. lenta. --> así, lentamente Si no tienen forma femenina, se forman con la base. Alegre --> alegremente Si tienen acento como adjetivo, lo mantienen como adverbio. Fácil --> fácilmente Cuando están en sucesión, pierden la terminación –mente, excepto el último. ejemplo: El presidente habló discreta, elegante y apasionadamente. Se puede omitir esta regla si se quiere transmitir monotonía. Un adverbio que termina en -mente no puede modificar otro adverbio que termina en –mente.

Subject: German

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Definite and indefinite articles! Translate the following phrases with the correct article of the subject! 1)The man goes for a walk. 2) I greet the man. 3)I give the book to the man. 4) I have the man's book (literally: the book of the man

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1)Nominative: Der Mann geht spazieren. 2)Accusative: Ich grüße den Mann. 3)Dative: Ich gebe dem Mann ein Buch. 4)Genitive: Ich habe das Buch des Mannes.

Subject: English as a Second Language

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Homonyms Do you know if it is their, there or they're? example: Marcus and Sophie left ..... dogs at ....... parent's house. Do you know what to fill in? Is it 'their'? or 'there'? And what about 'they're'? Help! All three words are the so called homonyms, meaning words that sound alike but mean different things. They have different meanings, they are completely different parts of speech, thus they have very different functions in a sentence. Let's explore the differences...

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The answer should be both times "their". Their is as a possessive pronoun. What is a pronoun? A pronoun is a word used to replace a noun, and a possessive pronoun is used to show ownership. 'Their' is the possessive form of 'they', meaning that if it is talking about someone's item or person etc. it has to be 'their'. For example: we went home in their car. Tom wanted to borrow their Playstation. etc

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