Uso de "aunque" en español.

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Marcelo DanielEspanhol
29 de Novembro de 2018
69
poucos segundos


Esta palabra es importante. Veamos sus dos principales usos.
Puede ir acompañado por el indicativo o el subjuntivo:

AUNQUE + INDICATIVO/SUBJUNTIVO.

En AUNQUE+INDICATIVO, se usa para informar acerca de un hecho por primera vez. En un diálogo corto sería así:

- Hola Camila. ¿Vienes al teatro?
- Hola. Aunque tengo un resfriado, voy a ir porque no quiero perderme esa obra de teatro.

AUNQUE+SUBJUNTIVO, se usa para informar. En este caso el recepto ya conoce la información:

- Mira el periódico. Dice que va a llover mañana.
- Yo me iré a pasear, aunque llueva mucho.

El primer personaje le hace saber que lloverá.

¿Te animas a comentar sobre el uso de AUNQUE? ¿Qué otros ejemplos puedes pensar?




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¡Hola! My name is Marcelo and I am from Buenos Aires (Argentina), I have studied Tourism in Quilmes University (Argentina) and also Spanish Teaching ELE in Buenos Aires. I am a teacher that enjoys teaching and working with students, trying to make classes as dynamic as possible using techniques that not only give students the chance to learn but to also have a good time. Even though I consider grammar rules to be very important and essential for language learning, I am a big fan of verbal interaction and that's why I like it when students interact in the classroom. I believe learning a language is something that has to be put into practice. Reasoning and debating current subjects are some of the ways I encourage students to speak. Looking forward to meet you and to have fun, productive lessons!
Flag
Espanhol
globe
Argentina
time
3
Inglês
Nativo
,
Esperanto
C1
,
Português
B2
,
Francês
B1
,
Espanhol
A1
¡Hola! My name is Marcelo and I am from Buenos Aires (Argentina), I have studied Tourism in Quilmes University (Argentina) and also Spanish Teaching ELE in Buenos Aires. I am a teacher that enjoys teaching and working with students, trying to make classes as dynamic as possible using techniques that not only give students the chance to learn but to also have a good time. Even though I consider grammar rules to be very important and essential for language learning, I am a big fan of verbal interaction and that's why I like it when students interact in the classroom. I believe learning a language is something that has to be put into practice. Reasoning and debating current subjects are some of the ways I encourage students to speak. Looking forward to meet you and to have fun, productive lessons!