what's the difference between the de and del? Is " De" means "of , from, than ,as, by", and "del " means " from the, of the"? right?
Sep 30, 2012 1:36 PM
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Yes, "del" is the contraction of "de" and "el".
September 30, 2012
"De" have more than one meaning. Ej: La casa de Andrea. ---> The Andrea's house. José viene de Bolivia. --> José comes from Bolivia. And as "Mompers" says, "del" is "de + el". Example: Viento del norte = Viento de el norte --> North wind. Nubes del cielo = Nubes de el cielo ---> Clouds of the sky.
September 30, 2012
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