Also I wondered if in this lesson, depending on placement, if they change part of speech and if that could also be noted. Thank you.

Nicole

Kwiziq community member

19 March 2019

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Also I wondered if in this lesson, depending on placement, if they change part of speech and if that could also be noted. Thank you.

This question relates to:
Spanish lesson "Using tanto como with verbs and nouns to say as much/many ... as (comparatives)"

Inma

Kwiziq language super star

21 March 2019

21/03/19

Hola Nicole

There are students who, at A2 level, still get a bit confused when a lot of jargon is used in explanations; this is why sometimes we prefer not to use the jargon. But we understand that different students have different ways of learning a language, and knowing all the grammatical details help them to understand better, in many cases too. We always try to find a balance.

Nevertheless, you will always find links in lessons that will take you to more information related to the specific content in the lesson, the group of words they belong to, etc. This will help understanding the grammar involved. 

Thanks for your comments.

Un saludo

Inma

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