- As an imperative, and to give
shalt not kill
- In the main clause of a sentence to
acknowledge something as possible, followed by pero (but)
in the subordinate clause which questions, undermines or comments negatively upon the
reality (truth) of the main clause:
poco dinero, pero vive como un rey
He may not have much money, but he sure lives like a king
Do the exercise
Choose the option you consider most
logical within the context of the situation.
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Vocabulary is provided in Spanish inside the blanks for those underlined words.