Para hacer acentos, seleccione
la opción de International
keyboard en su computadora, entonces puede hacer los acentos presionando
Ctr + ’ y la vocal. Para hacer la ñ, deben presionar Ctr +
Shift + ~ (top left key), entonces la n.
También se pueden hacer de
la siguiente forma:
|á = alt + 0225
é = alt + 0233
í = alt + 0237
|ó = alt + 0243
ú = alt + 0250
ü = alt + 0252
|ñ = alt + 0241
¿ = alt + 0191
¡ = alt + 0161
para corregir las composiciones
A triangle at the end of a verb means
you're using the wrong verb tense.
A squiggly line under a word means
that you have misspelled it (at that point).
A straight line at the end of a word
with an arrow pointing to it from another word means that you need to make
the underlined word agree in gender and/or number with the word from which
the arrow originates.
An arrow pointing from above to a letter
means that you need to add or remove an accent mark, change case, or change
an n to an ñ.
A word that has a circle and a line
drawn through it means that you need to use a different word.
A small circle with an inverted v under
it means that you need to add another word (this symbol, of course, only
apears between words--it usually means that you forgot a direct or indirect
object pronoun or the personal a).
A word in brackets or scratched out
means that you need to omit that word.
The line that looks like a roller coaster
covering a few words (at least two words) means that you put the words
in the wrong order--the second word(s) should be first.
Última actualización: 4 de octubre de 2012