View all subjects. User lists Similar Items. Online version: Moreno, Elena. They are varied as fol- lows: — Possessive Adjectives. The conjunctive forms of the possessive adjec- tive regularly stand before the nouns they qualify when no particular emphasis is intended : — my father, my parents. Our Father, Heavens! My God! But if an ordinary adjective, or past participle used as an adjective, accompany the direct address, either the conjunctive or the absolute forms may be used : — mi querido hijo, or?
The definite article, with all absolute forms, is suppressed in certain phrases : — 1 Moral infirmities would be debilidades, 2 Used by one Jlrm writing to another Jirm or razon social. We would say simply " gentlemen. I20 Form and Inflection. I shall give you an old one of mine. I spoke to him of a matter of yours. The same rule obtains when the noun is in the predicate after the verb to be, or its equivalent : — es discipulo mio, suyo, son paisanos nuestros, he is a pupil of mine, of his. The conjunctive possessive adjectives have the same pronominal signification as the absolute ones do Possessive Adjectives, with indeterminate expressions, when the former stand between a demonstrative and a noun : — este mi amigo, esa tu casa, aquel su jardin, estos nuestros amigos, this friend of mine.
Instead of the possessive adjective, the dative of the personal pronoun, or of usted, must be used with the verb, and the definite article with the noun, when reference is made to parts of the body or articles of dress : — le tom6 la mano d ella , beso i. I kiss your hand the h. I have cut my finger. If there can be no possible doubt as to the person referred to, the article will suffice without the dative: — recibid un golpe en el brazo, ella levantd los ojos, baj6 la cabeza y call6se, he received a blow in his arm.
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Possessive pronouns are regularly accompanied by the definite article, both agreeing in gender and number with the object possessed, and not with the person or thing possessing: — 1 In Biblical language, este tu hermano, this thy brother; aquellos tus acusadores, those thine accusers; but not in modem common English. Possessive Pronouns, su libro es semejante al mio, tus costumbres son distintas de las nuestras, mi heredad linda con la de usted, his book is similar to mine, thy habits are different from ours, my property joins yours. The possessive may be employed substantively ; lo is always so used : — los mios, los nuestros, lo mio y lo suyo, d lo suyo vino, y los suyos no le recibieron, my people, my party mine.
The demonstratives are determinative adjectives with substantive and pronominal functions. They agree in gender and number with the noun they limit, except the neuter forms which are substantives by nature. Masc Fern. The demonstratives este, ese, and aquel naturally stand before the noun which they limit : — this child, this house. In lively or intensive language, the demonstra- tives este, ese, aquel, may follow a noun accompanied by the definite article : — el hombre este, la casa esta, las mujeres esas, los dias aque- llos, this man here , this house, those women, those days.
Demonstratives, When speaking of the same place, city, etc. This law is seldom violated by correct writers. Within the limit of personal experience, relative distances or events are expressed the same way : — esta semana, este afto, this week, this year. Ese has often the contemptuous sense of the Latin iste: — los pillos esos, esos esplotadores, esas tias, or las tias esas. Carnival is a general privilege permitted to any respectable person to run madly about the blessed streets with a tail long- er than Lucifer's, and a piece of pasteboard attached to his face, playing his pranks be- fore everybody.
The neuter forms estOy eso, aquellOy mean this thing, that thing; thus: esto, what I say; eso, what you say; aquello, that remote thing , in narration: — esto es cuanto tengo que decir, eso no es nada, eso es ya otra cosa, eso es ; eso si, aquello fiid una Ustima, this is all I have to say. The definite article is used as a demonstrative pronoun, assuming the gender and. Lo, aquellOy and la, las, are used elliptically in certain phrases : — lo de Castro, lo de ayer, aquello del fildsofo griego, the affair of Castro. In the Lazarilh de Tdrmes we find : puesto 4 lo de Dios es Cristo, dressed up like a dandy; and in the Guzman de Alfarache, gente de lo de Dios es Cristo, boon companions.
Tomar las calf as de Villadiego, to catch up Villadiego' s small clothes, redolent of some whilom scandal from which Villadiego escaped without stopping to arrange his toilet, is first given in the Celestina , then in Blasco de Garay , in Perez del Castillo , in Cipriano de Valera , in Percivale's Spanish- English Dictionary London, , in that of Minsheu , in Cervdntes , Covarrubias , Quevedo , and the Spanish Academy's Dic- tionary , with the ellipse calzas supplied.
After that date, the " breeches " disappear, and few Spaniards to-day understand the original reference. Averi- guelo Vargas xaeaiXiS, literally, let Vargas ferret it out, or, more generally, find ii out if you can, — a variation of Horace's credat ludaeus Apella, Relative Pronotins. The relative pronouns are : — qnien, quienes, who; que invariable , who, which, that, el cual, la cual ; los cuales, las cuales, , Qnien is now properly used oi persons only. Its nominative is que, when the antecedent is a word of either gender or number, and quien, el cual, or que when it connects a compound sentence of which each member makes complete sense by itself: — I30 Form and Inflection.
See Monsanto and Languellier's Spanish Grammar, p. We could say: esta es la circunstancia d que V. Relative Pronouns, The inflection of quien is as follows : — Pinna. Que relates to persons or things in the nominative or accusative cases only ; in the other cases its use is limited to things. Being invariable in number and gender, its inflection is indicated by prepositions, as follows : — Singrular. Hence the vulgar English constructions, the strike they speak of, the government we are subject to, the house Hive in, must first be restored to the literary form before rendering into Spanish.
I earnestly request you not to go away until I come back. Relative Pronouns. El cnal and el que are the substitutes of quien and quey and therefore relate to persons or things. Lately " errand-boys " have been introduced into Madrid, called mandaderos. The substitutes must be used when the relative is governed by compound prepositions, or such as are not monosyllables : — un medico ante el que huyen las dolencias, un velador encima del cual hay un juego de cafd, las noticias Beg;un laa cuales quiso obrar, la torre desde la cual se domina la vega entera, a physician before whom aches and pains disappear, a stand on which there is a coffee set.
The adverb donde, whercy is frequently used as a relative : — la calle por donde ha ido, the street by which he went. Lo cual, which, refers always to an idea, a thought, or a preceding sentence : — le aconsejd que tomase un cria- do, lo cual no quiso hacer, dicho lo cual, salid, I advised him to engage a ser- vant, which he would not do. Lo que, that which, what, todo lo que, all that, likewise relate to an idea, and not to a word : — me dijo lo que habfa sucedido, V.
Cuanto and todo cuanto, as mtich, as many, quite as much — many, often replace the relative expression todos los que, todo lo que, all who, all which, all that, the que being absorbed : — A la mds dulce De cuantas ninas Del feliz Turia La mdrgen pisan. To the sweetest Of all the maidens Thai tread the borders Of the pleasant Turia.
Relating to things, it signifies the one which or that, those which or that, the ones which or that gen. Each member of the relative may be inflected, — the antecedent like the definite article, and the relative proper like guien or que, according to whether persons or things are referred to. Whose, used interrogatively, is expressed by ctiyo, a, or by de qui6n : — Interrogative Pronouns.
Qu6, what? I de qud habla V. I qud ruf do es ese? I con qud aplomo lo dice! I d cudl de mis amigos has visto hoy? I do not know what they are. AjenOi a Lat. Al Lat. Algnien Lat. Algrino, a Lat. Unlike dlguien, it may be followed by the partitive genitive, expressed or implied, in both genders and numbers: — algono de VV. So, dlguien toca d la puerta, some one knocks at the door; vaya i. Ids hay en aquella tienda, yo poseo unos cuantos raros en casa, have you any Valdepefias wine? I have some, and first-class, who sells old books.? I have a few rare ones at home. Algo Lat.
I alguna cosaj falgo bueno? Indefinite Pronouns, Remark. Ambos, as, bothy is used either as a substantive or an adjective, and of persons or things. It may be replaced by los dos fern, las dos : — venfan ambos i. We could say with equal propriety : venian los dos k caballo.
An idiomatic variation is also ambos d dos, entrambos d dos, betweeti the two; as, le mataron axnbos d dos, they both slew him, i. Cada Gr. Kara , each, every, is an invariable adjective employed only in the singular, and always stands before the substantive : — cada hombre ; cada mujer, cada ado ; cada semana, cada dia tiene su afan, k cada paso ; por cada tomo, each man ; each woman, every year ; every week, each day has its cares, at every step ; for each volume.
Cada may stand with a plural substantive only when the latter is preceded by a numeral : — cada dos dias, cada tres afios, cada mil soldados, every two days, every three years, every thousand soldiers. When cada is employed substantively or dis- tributively, it associates itself with uno fem. Every may also be expressed by todos los fem.
Indefinite Pronouns. I4S Cosa, a thing fern. I do not want anything else, or care for nothing else. It is used only of persons in the sin- gular, to indicate any one whose name we do not know, or recall, or cafe to give. Fulano de tal. I donH know; such a one. Neither mentions mengano, which, in turn, may be connected with the obsolete Mengo or Mingo, familiar for Domingo, Dominic, or plain "Dick," although I incline to think them alliterations, corresponding in principle to riff-raff, pell-mell, etc.
I know neither this one, that one, nor the other. Nada Lat. Hence, in the latter case, and generally in Spanish, two negatives strengthen the negation : — nada tengo, or no tengo nada, nada veo, or no veo nada, nada vale, or no vale nada, nada me dijo, or no me dijo nada, I have nothing — not anything. I see nothing — I do not see a. Although etymologically feminine, nada is always associated with the absolute form of an adjective, and in that case regularly follows the negative verb : — no hizo nada bueno ni malo, no exijo nada gravoso, he did nothing good or bad.
I require nothing onerous. Instead of nada, the forms ninguna cosa or cosa alguna are constantly met with in the same signification. The former may stand before the verb, or after it with the additional negation, while the latter can only follow a negative verb ; with an adjective only the first form, nmgu7ia cosa, can be used, the adjective agreeing with the feminine cosa : — ninguna cosa tengo, 1 no tengo ninguna cosa, or no tengo cosa alguna, j no tengo ninguna cosa buena, or"] no tengo nada bueno ; but not no tengo cosa alguna buena, J I have nothing, or I have not anything.
I have nothing good. Nada, ninguna cosa, or cosa alguna, may stand after a verb without no, in the signification of anything or aught : — Form and Inflection, a. After verbs that contain in themselves a negative idea : — gudrdese V. After comparatives and superlatives : — mejor que nada de todo cuanto le he oido, better than anything that I ever heard him say.
Indefinite Pronouns, Nada may be followed by de, with substantives, to signify nothing of, no: — que nada de esto transluzca, dl no tiene nada de juego ni licores no tiene vicios , let nothing of this leak out. No — nada, also means not — at all: — no importa nada, no me gusta nada. I do not see any one.
I have not seen anybody. See my edition of the Works of Mendoza, Madrid, , p. ISO Form and Inflection, Like nada and nadie, ninguno requires an additional negative when it stands after the verb : — no quiere d ninguno de los dos, no consta en ninguna ley, no tengo ningun libro ; nin- guna casa, [regalo, nunoa quiso aceptar ningun he likes neither of the two. I have no book ; no house. After a negative verb, alguno, a, is more ele- gantly employed than ninguno, especially after sin; but it must be associated with a substantive expressed, and always stand after it : — no siente remordimiento alguno, Bin trabajo ni fatiga alguna, sin duda alguna, he feels no compunction, without any toil or fatigue, without any doubt.
If the noun be understood, ninguno alone can be used : — estaba colgado de sus palabras sin hablar ninguna, he hung on his words without uttering himself any. IS2 Form and Inflection, Otro, a Lat. It does not admit the indefinite article as in English an-other , but requires the definite article when a distinct person or thing is to be specified: — otro indivfduo ; el otro i. I have others ; I have the others.
I look for others. I don't want the others. I have not seen the others, as for the rest, I say nothing. Qniera, jyou wish, you please, subjunctive of the verb querer, is joined to or associated with pronouns, to form various indefinite expressions. I would affirm that to any one. Cualquiera, pi. Followed by de, cualquiera signifies likewise any, and of two, either: — cualquiera de los bultos, cualquiera de los dos.
Whatever may also be expressed by sea el que, la que, pi. Tal pi. Without an indefinite article, as an adjective: — such a man ; such a woman, such a day ; such a house, such men ; such days, such lives ; such persons. I do not trust such men. Tal is preceded by the indefinite article only when used with names of persons, and in the sense of one, a certain.
With common nouns, cierto, without the article, has the same meaning, a certain. Todo, a Lat. As an adjective, it is followed by the definite article, or other determinative word if the noun requires one: — Indefinite Pronouns. An idiomatic use of todo is found especially with expressions of time, in which is meant some indefinite point within the general period mentioned : — en todo el mes de setiembre, en todo el afio que viene. Todo, as an adjective, may be followed by the noun directly, in the sense of evety in the singular, or all in the plural : — todo Espaftol que se respeta i, sf mismo, todo corazon sensible, todo remedio es ya vano, en todo caso ; i.
As a substantive, todo refers to persons and things, in all genders and in both numbers : — a. In the singular, mostly as a neuter — all, every- thing: — todo se concluyd, todo era gritos y alboroto, hombre pobre todo es trazas, todo manifiesta su remordi- miento, en esta mesa hay de todo, all is over is finished , all was shrieks and confusion, a poor man is all projects, everything proves his compunc- tion, on this table there is everything.
In the plural in both genders : — todoB estdn ya presos, aprobcdron la medida todos, no todos piensan del mismo modo, las he visto d todaa women , todos estdn de venta books.
I have seen them all. Indefinite Pronouns, 1 59 ; Finally, todo qualifies relative pronouns, neuter adjectives substantives and adverbs, in the sense of every one, all, quite, thoroughly ; as, todo el que, todo aquel que, every one who ; todos los que, all those who ; todos cuantos, todo cuanto, all who or that; todo lo cual, all of which; todo lo que, all that; todo cansado, quite tired; todo lo demds, all the rest pmne cceterum , etc. XTno, a, is an adjective, a substantive, and a pronoun, signifying in the singular ati or a, one, each other; and in the plural, some, each other, one another: — a.
Plural: — uno8 boUos ; unas almendras, son 1U desconocidos, uno8 van y otros vienen, [otros, los obreros se ayudan unos d estas planchas de metal se dan una contra otra, or unaa contra otras, a man ; a window. Uno, as an indefinite numeral, may stand in contrasted clauses, but usually at the present day without the article : — i6o Form and Inflection, de un momento i.
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As an indefinite pronoun, uno may be followed by the partitive genitive : — abrid ima de las ventanas, me regald uno de sus libros, he opened one of the windows, he gave me one of his books. The plural of tmo in this construction is algunoB, as, some, not unos : — algunoB de sus amigos, some of his friends. The singular of alguno may be used thus distributively, but it is vaguer than uno — some one or other of his friends.
Unoy Uy replaces a substantive with or without an adjective, to avoid the repetition of the former : — tengo un reloj de oro y uno de plata, ambos preciosos, Unas veces gastaba levita negra, y otras una de colores, hablando de carabinas, d tiene una i. I being without an overcoat, he lent me an old one of his. I have expended several dollars on that, several times, a number of times. I was entrusted with several messages. The Verb. Before proceeding to the conjugation of verbs, it is indispensable to give the simple tenses of the auxiliary verb haber.
I have a book. I have had a book. Haber, to have ; stems : hab, hub, habr. Past Definite. P Remarks on Haber. Hence : — Latin Yiaheo, by hai-ho, becomesr modern Spanish he. The future and conditional indicative are properly compound tenses made up of the endings of the present and imperfect joined to the infinitive. In the simple and compound tenses, when followed by que and the infinitive of some other verb. Haber is The Verb. Lord, in thy presence.
Absolute Past Participle. IiidlcatiTe Mode. Subjunctive Mode. Imperfect ijirstform. Infinitive Past. Gerund Past. Indicative Mode. Past Indefinite. Past Indernite. Future Perfect. The infinitives are dependent on other verbs in some finite form : — puede haber — haber habido, there may be — have been. Hay is a contraction of ha with the now obsolete y Lat. Both these phrases are heard among the lowly in taking leave of one another. Likewise in the personal verb, in the respectful formula employed in an undertone when a deceased person is referred to.
Active Conjugation of the Regrular Terb. Infinitives in -er characterize the Second Conj. Infinitives in -Ir characterize the Third Conj. All verbs, whether regular, irregular, impersonal, or defective, belong to the conjugation indicated by their infinitive-ending, however much their inflection may differ in other respects from the models of regular verbs. In the regular verb the terminations are applied directly to the unchanged stem, found by suppressing the infinitive-endings: — habl-ar ; habl-amos, com-er ; com-emos, viv-ir ; viv-imos. Present indicative.
Present subjunctive. Imperative, Imperfect indicative. Preterit Stem:— Past definite indicative. Imperfects subjunctive. From the Infinitive: — Future indicative. Conditional of the indicative. Model verb — hablar, to speak. Fast Participle. IndicaUve Mode. SabJunctiTe Mode. Imperative Mode. Inflnitive Past. The Veri. Sabjunctive Mode. Model verb — comer, to eat. Past Participle. InfinitiTe Past. SubJuncUve Mode. Sabjimctive Mode. Past Antbrior. The graphic accent then here is merely distinctrve.
Model verb — vivir, to live. Past Dew kite. Infinitive Fast. Indicattve Mode. Sabjonctlve Mode. Past Indehnite. SubJanctlTe Mode. Martin Nucio or Nuyts of Antwerp, from gave a new impulse to this branch of orthography ; and in we find the use of accents generalized, especially to mark the future tense. Of the imperative mode, only the second person singular and plural are original persons. All the others are simply persons of the subjunctive present with an optative, desiderative, or a hortative meaning. For example : — habla, speak original form , to one to whom iu is used.
Observe that habla and hablad and so come, corned ; vive, vivid, and all original imperatives cannot be made negative. To render the imperative negative in Spanish, the corresponding subjunctive forms must always be used : — habla, speak thou. The other forms being already in the present subjunctive, merely assume the adverb no to render them negative: — hable, let him speak, hable V. It is not convenient to call this a vice, since it is observed by nine- tenths of the Spanish people when speaking familiarly.
Not so with ido, however, except among the admirers of the bull-baiting fraternity. The compound tenses of all Spanish verbs, active and neuter, transitive and intransitive, are at the present day formed bv means of the verb haber only : — Form and Inflection, ha ido ; hemos venido, se han ido ; he Ilegado, he has gone ; we have come, they have gone off; I have ar- rived.
Anciently they said : es ido, is gone; son venidos, are come; but not at present. Past Def. Uega , llegue, lleguemos, llegad , lleguen. Verbs in 'Cu:er and -ocer come from Latin stems in asc, osc. With verbs in -ucir alone, the 2 is euphonic : — Later Latin. Old Spanish. The necessity of all the foregoing consonant- mutations is obviously to maintain in the stem the same sound throughout the conjugation that it has in the infinitive, whatever be the orthography. Future, bullere, bulleres, buUere, bulleremosy etc. Future, hinchiere and hlnchere, hinchleres and hincheres, etc.
ProgTessive Form of the Active Verb. Spanish verbs may be translated into English in three different ways; namely: — The Verb. I T am speaking. The progressive form may also be expressed in Spanish by associating with the gerund of the principal verb the auxiliary verb estar, to be, or one of its substitutes hallarse or encontrarse, to find ones self, to be; quedar, to remain; ir or andar, to go; segiiir, to go on; verse, to see 07tes self: — ' hablando, ' speaking.
I go Form and Inflection. Imperfect Jirst form. The compound tenses of estar are regularly formed by means of the verb haberdinA the past participle estado status , so that a synopsis will suffice to suggest the full inflection : — Form and Inflection, Infinitive Past. Gemnd Past. Past Anterior. Conditional Past. Pluperfect ijirstform. The proper passive voice in Spanish is formed by the auxiliary ser, to be, joined to the past participle of the verb to be conjugated.
This stem forms the gerund siendo old Span, seyendd , the past participle sido old Span, seydo, from seditus for sessus , and the present subjunctive sea old Span, seya, from sedeam, like haya from habeam, and vaya from a form vadeam. The future and conditional of the indicative regularly follow the in- finitive ser-i, ser-ia.
The preterit stem fu builds the past definite indicative, the imperfects and future subjunctive. Therefore, the Latin esse does not reappear in Spanish, except in the present and imperfect indicative. Ser, to be. SubjnnctiTe Mode. Imperati ve Mode. Subjonctive Mode. Ser llamado, to be called.
Infinitive Mode. Subjnnctive Mode. Remarks on ttie Passive. The passive participle is varied like any adjective in Oy and agrees in gender and number with the subject of the verb : — el nifio es amado de todos, la nifia es mimada del ama, estos hombres ban sido siempre muy estimadoB, las sefioras habrian sido mds consideradaB, si no hubiesen tenido tanto orgullo y vanidad, the boy is loved by all.
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By, after passive verbs and participles, is ren- dered by por when agency is denoted, and by de when the verb expresses feeling or emotion : — este drbol ha sido plantado por mi padre, fulano como escritor es estimado de muchos, comencd d pasearme como un conde, honrado de mis ami- gos, temido de mis enemigos, y acariciado de todos. I began to parade about like an earl, honored by my friends, dreaded by my foes, and fawned upon by all. When the verb to be, with a past participle, expresses accidental state or situation, it must be translated by estar or one of its substitutes.
Substitutes of estar are, ir and andar, to go; qaedar and quedarse, to remain; encontrarse and hallarse, to find one s self; verse, to see ones self; etc. I was isolated from everybody. In general, ser is the only verb that serves to form the true passive voice in Spanish, and estar the only one of the two that unites with the gerund to make up the progressive form of the active voice. Aside from these constructions, the use of ser and estar is to be carefully distinguished : — this work has been translated from the English.
I am lame, thou art blind, you are rich, I am poor, they are not happy, although pleased for the moment. The Reflexive Conjugation. Many transitive verbs are made intransitive by assuming the reflexive form : — abri6 la puerta; la puerta se abri6, [rompi6, rompi6 el vaso; el vaso se vende los libros; los buenos libros se venden caro, ahog6 su dolor ; me ahogo, hace alguna cosa; no sabe lo que se hace, he opened the door; the door opened.
Intransitive verbs often become reflexive with modified significations, the pronominal object frequently assuming an adverbial force : — dormir; dormirse, sale ; el cubo se sale, rauere ; se muere, voy, or marcho, to sleep ; to go to sleep, he goes out ; the pail leaks, he dies ; he is dying. I go, I march. The Verb, me voy or me marcho, ven; vdnte, cae ; se cae, I go off or away, come ; come along, he falls ; it falls down. Many verbs have in Spanish the reflexive form only : — alegrarse; arrepentirse burlarse; dignarse, figurarse; quejarse, to rejoice ; to repent, to laugh at ; to deign, to imagine ; to complain.
Model verb — alabarse, to praise one's self. Imperatl' ve Mode. InfinitlTe Past. OS habeis alabado. OS hayais alabado. When ''I had praised myself' etc. Model verb — fignrarse, to fancy to one's self , to imagine. OS figurais, ye imagine. OS figureis, ye may imagine. Remarks on the Reflexive Verb. The pronoun-subject of the reflexive verb should be expressed when emphasis or contrast require it ; but in the interrogative conjugation it must never intervene between the compound forms of the verb.
I se figura uno? I OS habeis figurado vos? I se han figurado. The pronoun-object regularly stands before the finite verb in all conditions of a sentence. I have made a mistake, he has made a mistake. The reflexive object is regularly attached to the infinitive and gerund, whether the phrase is affirmative or negative ; the pronoun-subject, however, is more often placed after these forms : — verme yo, for me to see myself.
The first person plural of the imperative sup- presses the s of the verb-ending when the pronominal object is attached to it: — 1. The second person plural of the imperative loses its d before the attached pronoun-object : — 1. Special Uses of the Reflexive. Verbs that in Spanish are permanently reflexive, with an active or neuter signification in English, may, besides the personal inflection, be conjugated imper- sonally with se, itself y the dative pronoun serving to distinguish the person : — me figdro, or se me figdra. I he imagines. OS figurais, or se OS figura.
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I ye imagine. OS habeis figurado. I forgot, thou didst forget. In Spanish, the formal passive is comparatively little used at the present day, other less cumbersome constructions being better adapted to the genius of that language. I am deceived. I have been deceived. Literally : it says itself, it has said itself, it deceives itself to me, it has deceived itself to me, etc. The reflexive used impersonally is a substitute of the third person plural active, and is preferred when a vague or indirect reference to persons is desirable. I have been told Fr. The following examples of passive constructions will serve to illustrate and fix the foregoing rules : — soy engaflado, [he sido engaflado, 1.
S se le engafla. OS engaflais, se OS engafla. OS habeis engaflado, se OS ha engaflado, C son engaflados, ' han sido engaflados. When reflexive verbs in the plural refer to two or more persons distributively, they are called reciprocal verbs, and the object-pronoun is rendered each other when two are indicated, and one another if reference is made to several : — nos alabamos, OS alabais, se aman, alabdmonos, amdos el uno al otro, amdos los unos d los otros, dmense, or que se amen, estos dos hermanos se abra- zan carifiosamente, todos los indivfduos de esta familia se quieren entrafia- blemente.
The reciprocal use of the reflexive verb may be strengthened by the term el uno — el otro, fern, la una — la otra ; los unos — los otros, fern, las unas — las otras ; or uno — otro, etc. I perceive that we two were born for each other. Impersonal verbs are properly such as are employed in the third person singular only. Their subject, which in English is it, cannot be expressed in Spanish when an operation of nature is described ; but otherwise, the neuter ello, it, that, is occasionally admissible if intensity or emphasis require : — nieva; truena; graniza, Ilueve ; amanece ; anochece, consta ; ello consta, im porta ; ello importa, ello es que Impersonal verbs are inflected according to the conjugation indicated by their infinitive, to wit : — Nevar, nevando, nevado, to snow.
Imperative Mode :— nleve, or que nieve, let it snow. Uueva, it may rain. Uoviera, it might rain. Uoverd, it will rain. Uoveria, it would rain. Imperative Mode : — Uueva, or que Uueva, let it rain. Amapecer, amaneciendo,. Many personal verbs are temporarily employed in impersonal senses : — bastar, to be sufficient, parecer, to appear, convenir, to agree, to suit, baste decir, no convenla, basta, it suffices, parece, it seems. Such verbs may also be used in the third person plural as personal verbs : — explanations are not sufficient, the conditions appear to me to be severe, such measures will not suit me.
A number of verbs are used only in the third persons singular and plural. Such properly belong to defective verbs : — acaece — acaecen, acontece — acontecen, happens — happen. By es: — a. With adjectives, nouns, and adverbs. To denote the hour, only when that is one or any of its divisions. With all other hours, " it is " must be expressed by son : — 68 la una — la una y media, son las dos — las diez, it is one — half past one. Idiomatically, with reference to time : — hace ocho dias que no le veo.
By kay, with reference to distance : — icaixkio hay de aquf al palacio? The Verb, a. This Zoroark was distributed to players who inserted a serial code that was given away at participating GAME stores in the United Kingdom from November 6 to 26, The serial codes could be used to obtain Zoroark from November 6, to January 7, It was also distributed via Nintendo Zones at participating Game Mania stores in Belgium and the Netherlands from December 11, to January 3, In Germany, serial codes were announced to be given away at participating GameStop stores from November 26 to December 28, This Hoopa was distributed to players who inserted a serial code that was given away at various locations in select countries.
The serial codes could be used to obtain Hoopa from October 10, to April 15, The serial codes were originally scheduled to expire on January 10, , but were extended until April 15, It was also distributed to players via Nintendo Zones at participating stores in select countries. This Shiny Rayquaza was distributed to players who inserted a serial code that was given away through Woobox on two separate occasions. The serial codes were first given away starting on September 11, until codes ran out.
They were given away for a second time starting on September 24, until codes ran out. Both giveaways were linked from Nintendo Hong Kong's Facebook page. It was distributed to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival. The competition was held from August 21 to 23, The serial codes could be used to obtain Pikachu from September 1 to October 29, The first three moves this Pikachu knows are the three Egg Moves most commonly found on Pikachu during both the Juniors Division and the Masters Division tournaments including Volt Tackle, which is similar due to being learned only via breeding.
Additionally, Pikachu has two 31 IVs in two randomly chosen stats. This Shiny Rayquaza was distributed to players who inserted a serial code that was given away at various locations in select countries. The serial codes could be used to obtain Rayquaza from August 10, to January 27, In Germany, the serial codes were given away at Gamescom in Cologne , Germany from August 5 to 9, In Switzerland, the serial codes were given away at participating Softridge stores starting on October 12, until supplies ran out.
The serial codes were originally scheduled to expire on October 31, , but they were later extended until January 22, The competition was held from March 20 to 22, The serial codes could be used to obtain Amaura from March 31 to May 31, This Shiny Charizard was distributed to players who inserted a serial code that was given away at various locations in select countries.
In Germany, the serial codes were given away at participating GameStop stores from April 1 to 21, In France, the serial codes were given away at participating stores on April 13, until supplies ran out. In Spain, the serial codes were given away at the Barcelona International Comics Convention from April 16 to 19, and at participating stores starting on April 20, In Italy, the serial codes were given away at participating GameStop stores from April 20 to May 2, The serial codes could be used to obtain Charizard from March 21 to July 19, The competition was held from January 23 to 25, The serial codes could be used to obtain Tyrunt from February 17 to April 30, This Darkrai was distributed to players who inserted a serial code that was given away at participating GAME stores in the United Kingdom starting on February 13, The serial codes could be used to obtain Darkrai from February 13 to May 5, Material distributed with the serial codes stated the codes could be redeemed until May 13, the official site and description of the promotional video said May 5, while the promotional video said May Please remember to follow the manual of style and code of conduct at all times.
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Date received is the receiving system's date when the Wonder Card is received. Assault Vest. Classic Ribbon. October 1, to January 31, It's Mythical Volcanion! It's capable of gouging a mountain right out of the landscape! Wonder Card. Mit seiner Kraft kann es Berge versetzen! Tarjeta Misteriosa. Ces explosions sont assez puissantes pour raser des montagnes! Carte Miracle. Scheda Segreta. EB Games stores. October 10 to 31, GameForce , located at Nekkerhal in Mechelen. October 1 to 2, Broze , DreamLand , and Fun stores.
October 10 to November 30, October 22 to 23, November 5 to 6, October 1 to November 23, Gamelife , Gamepeople , and GameStop stores. October 5 to November 23, Milan Games Week October 14 to 16, GameStop stores and Neo Tokyo. October 10, until supplies ran out. Powerplay stores. October 12, until supplies ran out.
GamingReplay stores. October 31, until supplies ran out. GAME stores. Firstlook Festival , located at Jaarbeurs in Utrecht. October 7 to 9, October 10 to 24, Paris Games Week. Micromania stores. November 1 to 12, November 5 and 12, Public Athens Metro Mall. November 26, Send a email to Spillsjappa. October 10, October 10 , 13 , 22 , and 26 , October 11, until supplies ran out.
October 12 , 14 , 18 , and 23 , The first 50 players to comment on the post on Nintendo Poland's Facebook page about what Role-playing game from Nintendo is their favorite. October 13, The first 25 players to comment on the post on Nintendo Poland's Facebook page about what Platform game from Nintendo is their favorite. October 16, October 11 , 13 , 18 , and 24 , The first 20 players to comment on the post on Nintendo of the Czech Republic and Slovakia's Facebook page. October 14, October 15, A total of five players were chosen.
October 24, October 31, until supplies run out. November 14 to 24, Darmanitan Standard Mode. Zen Mode. Belly Drum. Flare Blitz. Hammer Arm. September 6 to October 24, Unova Classic Gift. Thank you for participating in the Unova Classic Online Competition! It's N's Darmanitan! N is a Trainer from the Unova region. Un cadeau d'Unys! Una vecchia gloria di Unima.
Grazie per aver partecipato alla Gara Online Classici di Unima! Ecco a te il Darmanitan di N, il famoso Allenatore della regione di Unima! Happy Hour. Fake Out. August 20, to February 28, It's a Meowth! The notorious Meowth is here! This special Meowth knows the move Happy Hour, which doubles the prize money you receive after a battle.
Ein Mauzi! Dieses besondere Mauzi beherrscht die Attacke Goldene Zeiten, durch die das nach einem Kampf erhaltene Preisgeld verdoppelt wird. Este Meowth especial conoce el movimiento Paga Extra, que aumenta al doble la cantidad de dinero recibida como recompensa al ganar un combate. C'est un Miaouss! Un ricchissimo Meowth! Questo Meowth speciale conosce la mossa Cuccagna, che raddoppia la ricompensa ottenuta alla fine della lotta!
Sand Veil. Sitrus Berry. Camilla Cintia Cynthia. Dragon Rush. Brick Break. Giga Impact. August 2 to September 29, Sinnoh Classic Gift.
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Thank you for participating in the Sinnoh Classic Online Competition! It's Cynthia's Garchomp! Un cadeau de Sinnoh! Una vecchia gloria di Sinnoh. Grazie per aver partecipato alla Gara Online Classici di Sinnoh! Ecco a te il Garchomp di Camilla, la Campionessa della regione di Sinnoh! Mewtwonite Y. Event Ribbon. Aura Sphere. July 26 to August 21, So, this is my power And now you know Mewtwo's purpose Thank you for receiving this distribution! Und jetzt kennst du Mewtus Aufgabe Conque este es mi poder…. Tels sont mes pouvoirs…. Grazie per aver effettuato il download!
June 9 to July 24, Bianka Blanca Blanche Chiara Whitney. Milk Drink.
June 7 to July 31, Johto Classic Miltank. Thank you for participating in the Johto Classic Online Competition! It's Whitney's Miltank! Un Miltank classico! Grazie per aver partecipato alla Gara Online Classici di Johto. In regalo per te un Miltank che ricorda quello di Chiara, la Capopalestra di Fiordoropoli! Fairy Aura. Cartesio Descartes. Focus Blast. May 13 to December 31, It's a Shiny Xerneas!
You'll be the envy of your friends with this Shiny Xerneas. Ein Schillerndes Xerneas! Deine Freunde werden dich um dieses Schillernde Xerneas beneiden. Un Xerneas chromatique! Un Xerneas cromatico! Con questo Xerneas cromatico potrai creare la squadra che tutti i tuoi amici vorrebbero avere! Dark Aura. Oblivion Wing. Sucker Punch. Dark Pulse. Foul Play. May 5 to December 31, You'll be the envy of your friends with this Shiny Yveltal. Ein Schillerndes Yveltal! Deine Freunde werden dich um dieses Schillernde Yveltal beneiden. Un Yveltal chromatique! Un Yveltal cromatico!
Con questo Yveltal cromatico potrai creare la squadra che tutti i tuoi amici vorrebbero avere! May 5 to 8, Issue of the Official Nintendo Magazine. September 16, until supplies ran out. October 14, until supplies ran out. July 18 to September 30, May 13, until supplies ran out.
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