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También and tampoco    

The adverb también states something after an affirmation. A ‒¿Quieres un café? B ‒Sí, gracias. A ‒¿Y tú?

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Negation

1 No is adverb of negation. Position: the adverb no precedes the verb. No comas tanto pan. Nuria

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Medio, a medias, a medio and mitad

1 Medio, adjective El numeral medio means half and precedes the noun when there is not other word

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Junto, junta, juntos and juntas

1 Junto, junta, juntos and juntas are adjectives with adverbial value. In French, English or Russian junto and

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Allí, aquí, ahí; allá and acá

1 In America, acá and allá are more frequently used than in Spain. Acá and aquí refer to

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Abajo and debajo

Abajo and debajo are adverbs with very close meaning, but not identical. 1 Abajo answers to the questions

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Adverbs: adverbial complements in accusative

The circumstantial complements in accusative are not preceded by preposition and indicate length, weigth,size, distance, quantity or price.

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Adjectives in adverbial function

1 There are few adjectives used as adverbs: alto, bajo, barato, caro, claro, convencido, decidido, derecho, falso, fuerte,

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Adverbs: adverbial complements

Another way of forming adverbial complements is with prepositions followed by adjective or noun, usedor not with articles.

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Adverbs of manner

1 Most of Spanish adjectives turn into adverbs of manner by the ending -mente. If the adjective is

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