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CLAUDIA ¿Quieres comprar (1) corbata, Gerardo? GERARDO No, no quiero comprar (2) . Prefiero (3) del escaparate (display case). CLAUDIA (4) es bonita, pero no hace juego con tu chaqueta. GERARDO Mira (5) chaqueta. Es muy elegante y está a buen precio. Sí, puedo usar (6) y darle a mi hermano ésta. CLAUDIA ¿Y (7) cinturón? GERARDO (8) es muy elegante. ¿Es caro? CLAUDIA Es más barato que (9) tres del escaparate.

Amanda Johnson

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Dana Keller on August 26, 2018

CLAUDIA: do you Want to purchase this tie, Gerardo? GERARDO: No, I don't want to buy it. I prefer that to the showcase.CLAUDIA: That's nice, but doesn't match with your jacket. GERARD Looks at that jacket. It is very elegant and is at a good price. Yes, I can use that and give my brother this. CLAUDIA: AND WHAT about this belt?GERARDO: This one is very elegant. Is it expensive? CLAUDIA: it Is cheaper than those three in the window.As in English, Adjectives Demonstration to demonstrate a feature of the noun they modify. So, in this case, this feature is the location with respect to the listener or the speaker. In Spanish, there are three sets of demonstrative adjectives, each of which has four different forms that vary in gender and number, to wit: this, eseandaquel. In this way, the translation of this adjective is: this, that, these or those. We use this to describe a noun that is near the speaker and the listener. On the other hand,that is used to indicate the nouns that are farther away from the speakers and not easily within reach so that the noun can be close to the listener but not the speaker. Finally, we use aquelto talk about the nouns that are far from both the speaker and the listener. In the Table below show four ways demonstrative adjectives can take part in Spanish.

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