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alguno(a)
some, any
alguien
someone, somebody
algo
something
siempre
always
alguna vez
ever
algunas veces
sometimes
o..o
either.. or
tambien
also, too
ninguno(a)
no, none, not any
nadie
no one, nobody, not anyone
nada
nothing, not anything
nunca, jamas
never, --> when used in a question, jamas means ever
ni..ni
neither..nor
tampoco
neither
what do alguno and ninguno become before a masculine singular noun?
algun, ningun
when is the personal "a" required?
before the words, alguien nadie alguno and ninguno when they are used as direct objects
ex. no conocemos a ninguno de tus amigos
translate:
-no one saw the movie
-i didnt see anyone in the cafeteria
-i never work on weekends (2 possibilities)
-nadie vio la pelicula
-no vi a nadie en la cafeteria
-nunca trabajo los fines de semana or no trabajo nunca los fines de semana
translate:
-nobody is saying anything
-do not say anything to anyone
-nadie dice nada
-no digas nada a nadie
Sino
but instead, but rather - used when the first part of a sentence is negative and is contradicted by the second part and there is a noun after
pero
but - used in a sentence if there is no direct contradiciton between the two parts of the sentence
sino que
but instead - used in a sentence to connect two contradictory clauses and when there is a verb after