Up until now, you’ve only been able to speak in simple sentences. But what if you want to say, “I want the red one and the blue one?” Or, “I like this one, but I prefer that one”?
Using Spanish conjunctions
To create complex Spanish sentences, you need to be able to use the Spanish conjunctions. These are words that join two parts of a sentence together. The most common are:
You will use these conjunctions in the exact same way you do in English.
Watch those accent marks! Make sure that you don’t confuse si with sí.
- Si means “if.”
- Sí means “yes.”