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I remember having passionate discussions about solo vs solamente with my friends, students, and editors. I remember reading written by the highest authorities in the fields of Spanish language and literature have written equally passionate articles on the same topic. Why is it that solo vs solamente is so controversial?
Are you still confused about when to write this word with or without a graphic accent?
If you still don't know how to go about it, we have some good news for you: the word solo doesn't need an accent Although the rule has already been in place for quite a few years, there are many people who are not aware of it.
A speaker or singer can decide which sounds better in any given sentence.
On the other hand, solo without an accent mark is an adjective meaning "alone," "on one's own" or "sole. For a woman, the adjective is sola.
Whether you are using solo as an adjective or as an adverb, the word solo doesn't need the graphic accent. Muy raro que un agente, solo Really weird that an agent, alone That's it for this lesson.
Spanish Lessons Topics. Today's rule: just one solo for "only" and "alone" Whether you are using solo as an adjective or as an adverb, the word solo doesn't need the graphic accent. Solo as an adjective meaning "alone": Muy raro que un agente, solo Topics Adjectives Adverbs Grammar Vocabulary. up to get Free Spanish Lessons sent by up.
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