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The Spanish Grammar, by Miguel
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  The Nouns
  The Adjectives
  The Time
  The Date
  The Pronouns
  Direct/Indirect Pronouns
  Demonstrative Pronouns
  Relative Pronous
  Reflexive pronouns
  Possessive Pronouns
  The Adverbs
  Degree of Adverbs
  Regular Verbs
  Irregular Verbs
  Stem-Changing Verbs
  The Progressive


The use of this adjectives is very similar between Spanish and English.
This are the distributive adjectives:

Cada/Each. Cada means a number of persons or things considered individually.

Cada casa tiene dos puertas./Each house has two doors.

Todos/Every. Todos means all the people or things of a group. This form uses plural always. It has gender.

Todos los hombres son inteligentes./Every men is intelligent.
Ella va a trabajar todos los días./She goes to work every day.

Ambos/Both. Means 'one and the other'. This form uses plural always. It has gender.

Ambos son mas altos que él./Both are taller than he is.

Ni uno ni otro/Neither. Means 'not one and not the other'. It has gender and number.

Ni uno ni otro juegan al fútbol./Neither of them plays football.

Ninguno/Either. Means 'any one of two'. It has gender and number.

¿Te gustaron los dos perros?/No, no me gustó ninguno.
Did you like his two dogs?. No I didn't like either.

Otro/Other (Another). It has gender and number.

¿Quieres otros ejercicios?/Do you want other exercices?.
La otra mesa está partida./The other table is broken.

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