Size does not matter!
In Spanish, as well as other languages, we have some words that may look small but they can change completely the meaning of a sentence: Spanish Prepositions.
Prepositions have no gender or number, meaning they are not maculine or feminine, singular or plural.
Prepositions are never alone, they are always with other words.
Their function is to connect and relate these words.
Soy de Cuba.
Esta camisa es de José.
La mesa es de madera.
Voy sin zapatos.
Un perro sin pulgas
José esta sin camisa.
Escribía con el lápiz.
Fui con Inés.
Esta en el parque con Luis
Without PREPOSITIONS we couldn’t be able to express properly most of the sentences with which we communicate.
Spanish Grammar defines prepositions as invariable parts of a sentence that is responsible for connecting words by denotating the relationships they use among themselves.
Let’s use these three prepositions and we will share much more in our next post…