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Studylist for exercise Environmental issues

A list of the topics covered in this exercise.

Bueno, malo, grande become buen, mal, gran before a noun (apócope)
Using este, esta, estos, estas to say this/these (demonstrative adjectives)
Conjugate and recognise ir and ser in El Pretérito Indefinido (simple past)
Conjugate regular -ir verbs like vivir in El Presente (present tense)
Using [preposition] + lo que = with, for, on + what (relative pronouns)
Expressing instructions and general statements with the impersonal se = one
Position of direct and indirect object pronouns with infinitive/gerund and affirmative commands
Conjugate irregular verb querer in El Futuro Simple (simple future)
Using adverbial clauses para que, antes (de) que, hasta que, con tal (de) que, etc. + El Presente de Subjuntivo (present subjunctive)
Conjugate regular -ar verbs in El Pretérito Perfecto (present perfect)
Conjugate tener in El Presente (present tense)
Using deber to say should
Using por (not para) to express the originating cause or reason
Using para (and not por) for purpose, goal or objective
Using El Presente Progresivo instead of El Presente (temporary vs permanent actions)
Position of pronouns with conjugated verbs
Using cada and todos/-as for "every" in time phrases (quantitative adjectives)
Using the subjunctive with impersonal expressions
Using todo, toda, todos and todas to say all, every and the whole (indefinite adjectives)
Forming negative sentences using no (negation) with complex verbal structures
Using más/menos for more/less/fewer as adjectives, pronouns and adverbs
Forming regular gerunds (-ing form)
Using cuyo, cuya, cuyos, cuyas to say whose + noun (relative pronoun)
Position of adjectives in Spanish
Using the subjunctive with impersonal expressions in the conditional (Sería+adjective+que)
Past participles as adjectives
Using volverse to express to become/to turn (verbs of change)

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