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El artículo determinado - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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Sep 10

- El artículo es una palabra que va delante del sustantivo y sirve para concretarlo o determinarlo.  El artículo determinado no tiene significado propio y únicamente sirva para anunciar o presentar a un sustantivo.

- El artículo aparce en el mismo género y en el mismo número que el sustantivo al que presenta:  el balón, las casas.

El artículo determinado

El artículo determinado


- El artículo determinado tiene dos formas contracts:

     al (a + el): Fuimos al cine

     del (de + el):  Ése es el depacho del director.



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