Summary of El C.C. de Cantidad

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This video is a Spanish lesson on the complement circunstancial of quantity. The speaker explains how to identify and use this grammatical category, and provides an example sentence. He also offers a prayer for viewers to practice with.

  • 00:00:00 In this Spanish lesson, we're going to learn the complemento circunstancial of quantity. We'll be using the example of apple devices costing a lot of money to illustrate the grammatical categories of each word in the sentence. First, we'll identify the subject and the predicate in the sentence. The subject is the word "dispositivos" (devices), and the predicate is "cuestan" (cost). We'll test the sentence's concordance by changing the subject word to see if the verb changes. In this case, it does. The verb now becomes "cuesta" (costs). Next, we'll learn how to identify the type of sentence it is. This sentence is an intransitive verb, meaning that there is no direct object. The verb "costar" (cost) is intransitive, so it is the subject and the only verb in the sentence. The sentence has a determinant, which is represented with a capital letter and a underline (in this case, "M"). Lastly, we'll learn how to analyze this sentence. The determinant is "mucho," which is conjugated as "mucho" (much). The complemento
  • 00:05:00 In this video, the speaker discusses the complement circunstancial of quantity. He says that you can recognize it without any problems and that you can subscribe to the channel to share the video and learn how to use it. He then offers a prayer for you to practice the complement circunstancial of quantity.

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