Translation of grammar in Spanish:


gramática, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɡræmər//ˈɡramə/


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    gramática feminine
    it's good/bad grammar es gramaticalmente correcto/incorrecto
    • his grammar is appalling habla (or redacta etc.) muy mal
    • grammar checker corrector gramatical
    • Short-term language therapy was recommended to help with grammar, syntax, and auditory discrimination.
    • In fact, in 11 years of Ontario education, I have never been taught even the basics of grammar and sentence structure.
    • It also has a close relationship to Japanese in general structure, grammar, and vocabulary.
    • They care about grammar, syntax, usage, denotation, connotation, etymology.
    • Despite similarity in syntax, vocabulary, and grammar, the contemporary languages are mutually unintelligible.
    • In my experience, few English teachers know anything at all either about English grammar or about linguistics.
    • Because the source and target languages are different in vocabulary, syntax, and grammar, it involves compromises.
    • In terms of grammar, syntax, and spelling there are no important differences between the two, but the pronunciation and sound are different.
    • Try to imagine a world without language; a world where words, grammar and syntax suddenly become meaningless.
    • According to his theory, humans produce language through a deep structure that enables them to generate and transfer their own grammar to any other language.
    • While these languages shared phonology and grammar, they had entirely different vocabularies.
    • There's at least one major error of spelling, punctuation, syntax, grammar or construction in every sentence.
    • And John, I hope my grammar and syntax meet your very high standards.
    • The vocabulary may be altering more quickly than ever before - but the underlying grammar and syntax remains essentially the same.
    • To understand writing requires knowledge of English grammar and syntax.
    • To analyse language and to define language disorders most linguists divide language into four domains: phonology, grammar, semantics, and pragmatics.
    • Certainly very few women before the 20th century shared the education of men who learned their grammar and syntax from the classics while women picked up what they could of both from men.
    • Shakespeare explored and exploited to the full the potentials of the English language of his time, coining new words and bending grammar and syntax to serve his poetic and dramatic ends.
    • By studying that language, by learning its grammar and syntax, one can unlock its subtle mysteries and gain a better understanding of the world.
    • Each of these languages features a highly inflected grammar.
  • 2also grammar book

    gramática feminine