I'll send this to SraJMcGin.
In order to show you how to make accent marks, we need to know 2 things: 1) do you have a PC of a Mac and 2) do you have Windows or not?
#4 It is to 2 of us so it must be plural = D (a mí y a Raúl)
#15 presento (verbal ending missing) B - I have known him for many years
#20 Why a gift in black and white? I'd choose C = elegant and practical
#24 A is feminine, as everything ending in -ión. The answer is D = atmosphere
I have a pc and windows
To install the Spanish Keyboard on Windows XP, click first on "Start" and then open the "Control Panel."
– Once there click on "Regional and Language Options" (If you are in an older version of windows, click on "Keyboard" in the "Control Panel").
– Now select the "Languages" tab at the top of the new window and then click on "Details." The large white box contains a list of the languages and keyboards you have installed.
– To add a Spanish keyboard, click on "ADD".
– There is a long list of Spanish spell-checkers available. Any one will do, but I suggest "Spanish (International Sort)" which will alphabetize lists the correct (modern) way. The program will automatically select the "Spanish Variation" keyboard.
– Click "OK" to exit the control panel.
Now (perhaps after you restart your computer) you will see a small square near your system tray (the lower right row of icons on the task bar at the bottom of your screen in Windows). Clicking on this little square (or pressing the Ctrl and Shift keys at the same time) will give you the option of toggling back and forth between any keyboards you have installed.
NOTA BENE: If you install a non-English keyboard the letters on your actual keyboard (the hardware) will not necessarily indicate what letter is actually typed.
IF YOU INSTALL THE SPANISH KEYBOARD YOU CAN SEE THE KEYBOARD LAYOUT HERE.
To type an accent mark on a Spanish Keyboard, hit the apostrophe followed by the vowel over which you want the mark. The "ñ" is the colon key; "Ñ" is a capital colon. Question marks ("¿" and "?") are the "+" and "_" symbols respectively. The upside down exclamation is the "=" key.
If that doesn't work, let me know because there are other ways, as well.
Here's something else that is down below:
Step 1 Make sure your number lock key is on. Most computers have a little light that lights up to signify the num. lock is on.
Step 2 While the number lock key is on, hold down the Alt. key and type the code that follows the letter or punctuation you need.
Step 3 For capital letters: Ã - 0195 Ñ - 0209 Õ - 0213 Á - 0193 É - 0201 Í - 0205 Ó - 0211 Ú - 0218 Ü - 154
Step 4 For lower case letters: ã - 0227 ñ - 0241 õ - 0245 á - 160 é - 130 í - 161 ó - 162 ú - 163 ü - 129
Step 5 For punctuation, follow the same steps. ¿ - 168 ¡ - 173
Step 6 After you have typed the necessary code release the Alt. key. The letter or punctuation will show on the screen.
Read more: How to Type Accent Marks On Your Computer | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4746470_type-accent-marks-computer.html#ixzz0rDXxtgvO
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