A Comprehensive Spanish Grammar
January 1996, ©1995, Wiley-Blackwell
2. The Article.
3. The Noun.
4. The Adjective.
6. Personal Pronouns.
7. Demonstrative Pronouns and Adjectives.
8. Possessive Pronouns and Adjectives.
10. Interrogative and Exclamatory Pronouns and Adjectives.
11. Indefinite Pronouns and Adjectives.
12. Impersonal Expressions.
13. The Adverb.
14. Comparative Constructions.
16. Constructions with Verbs and Nouns.
18. The Verb -
19. Uses of the Tenses.
20. The Passive.
21. Use of the Moods.
22. The Impersonal Forms of the Verb.
23. Special Problems with Spanish Verbs.
24. Subject-Verb Concord.
25. Syntax of Negative Elements.
26. Word Order.
27. Affective Suffixes.
Christopher J. Pountain is University Lecturer in Romance Philology at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Queens' College.
- A definitive grammar for all students of Spanish
- Balances respect for tradition with awareness of current usage
- Integrates Latin-American and other regional varieties of the language.
--Colin Smith, Emeritus Professor of Spanish, University of Cambridge
"A Comprehensive Spanish Grammar is an excellent reference book which I can wholeheartedly recommend for use by English-speaking users of Spanish, including those teaching it as a foreign language. This book is well worth acquiring for a variety of categories of English-speaking people who are mastering or have mastered the basics of Spanish."
--Neile A. Kirk, University of Melbourne, Australia