FREE Cheat Sheets for Learners of Spanish as a Foreign Language

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      Cheat Sheet #1. PERO vs. SINO

      NB: PERO is used to join two phrases or sentences which carry different meanings but do not exclude each other. The second phrase or sentence adds more information to the first one.

      Example

      Me gustan mucho los tomates,
      PERO los pepinos me gustan más.

      NB: SINO is used to join a negation with another phrase or sentence. The second part provides the right information which has not been specified in the first part.

      Example

      No me gustan los tomates,
      SINO los pepinos.

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