Some beginners (and advanced) usually have some problems with POR, PARA or PORQUE, and this may be one of the most frustrating topics that can be learned in Spanish. In this lesson we look at some rules to recognize when we need to use one.
We use POR when we want to talk about something. In this case, use a noun after the POR.
POR + Noun: "Me gusta Buenos Aires dust el clima". (I love Buenos Aires because of the weather).
"Como chicken but las proteínas que tiene". (The chicken is eaten because it has a protein.)
Sprains use PARA when talking about the purpose of an action or the purpose of an object. In this case, the word will be used in infinite form. PARA + Final word: "Ahorro dinero para viajar a otro pais". (I save money to travel to another country.) / "El lapiz sirve para iscritto." (It is used to write the pencil.)
Finally, we use Porque when we talk about something, but the verb uses the conjugation of the verb just by using the infusion.
PORQUE + Conjugated Verb: "Voy a comprarme nuva porque ropa quiero estar elegante esta noche".
(I will buy new clothes because I want to be elegant today.)
So when someone asks, "Por que estudias espanol?"
(Why do you learn Spanish?) You can answer in a variety of ways:
Por mi trabajo. (Because of my job.)
Releasing the market from the market. (Due to the growth of the Latin market.)
(To be able to communicate with Spanish-speaking people.)
Before the road but South America. (Traveling to South America.)
Porque me dense. (Because I love him.)
A porque quiero achieves a trabajo mejor. (Because I want to find a better job.)
This little lesson does not cover all aspects of using POR, PARA, and PORQUE, but you have to start by looking at some important differences when they're used. Pay more attention to POR, PARA Y PORQUE in the future.
I will abolish this lesson by mentioning some of the Spanish learning tools that you can use to increase your knowledge of this subject. Practice makes perfect books the best for learning Spanish. Currently, there are about dozens of books in the Practice Perfectes series, which includes various topics from the vocabulary in the grammar. Another thing I've been offering to my students: Spanish learning is like a crazy course that teaches informal or familiar Spanish, but does not slumber.
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