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“Leísmo de cortesía” and consistency
I've read about the "leísmo de cortesía" i.e. the use of "le" and "les" as direct object pronouns when referring to a person or group you are addressing formally. Most of my learning resources never ...
Sep 10 '13 at 9:23
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