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Apocopation (Shortening) of Adjectives - Learn Spanish Language ...
About a dozen adjectives in Spanish are shortened when they are used before certain nouns, especially masculine singular nouns.
http://spanish.about.com/od/adjectives/a/apocopation.htm
Spanish Indefinite Adjectives - Spanish Language - About.com
Note that through apocopation, cualquiera is shortened to cualquier when it comes before a noun. ningún, ninguna — no, not any — No quiero ningún libro.
http://spanish.about.com/od/adjectives/a/indef_adjective.htm
Malo, Mala and Mal — Being Bad in Spanish - Spanish Language
Its feminine form is mala, and through the process of apocopation it is shorted to mal when it comes before a singular masculine noun. Its usual adverbial form is ...
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Introduction to Italian Linguistics - Italian Language - About.com
Does the statement I can't learn foreign languages seem familiar? Linguistics, the study of human languages, has gotten a bad rap among many people ...
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apocope - definition and examples of apocope in English
A rhetorical term for the omission of one or more sounds or syllables from the end of a word.
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Meanings of 'Santo' - Spanish Vocabulary - Spanish Language
Our Expert Recommends. Apocopation (Shortening of Adjectives) · The Easter Story in Spanish · 'El nacimiento de Jesús' · Fickle Friends · 'Little Red Riding ...
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Apostrophes in Italian - Italian Language - About.com
the imperative di', apocopation of dicialso written dì; similarly, the form with an apostrophe is recommended both for consistency and to avoid confusion with the  ...
http://italian.about.com/od/linguistics/fl/italian-apostrophe.htm
Words Ending in -quiera - Spanish Language - About.com
When used as an adjective before a singular, masculine noun, through the process of apocopation the ending becomes -quier, as in "cualquier hombre," ...
http://spanish.about.com/od/spanishvocabulary/a/spanish-words-ending-in-quiera.htm
Word of the Day — Primero - Spanish Language - About.com
... Word of the Day: Azúcar · Word of the Day: Mantener. Our Expert Recommends . Apocopation of Adjectives · Ordinal Numbers. Spanish Language Essentials.
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Spanish Adjectives' Meanings Can Vary With Placement
... of "Adjective" · The Spanish Adjective: Before or After the Noun? Adjectives of Quantity · Invariable Adjectives · Apocopation: Shortening of Adjectives ...
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