Uso de pronombres (palabras cuyo referente no es fijo, sino determinado por el contexto u otros sustantivos ya usados en la frase). Use of pronouns (words that refer to another noun previously mentioned in the sentence of inferred from the context).

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“Te tengo que decir adiós” o “tengo a decir adiós”

¡Buenas, amigos! Yo tengo una pregunta, yo escucho una canción, y algunas palabras son: "Te tengo que decir adios" ¿Cómo? Al decir "I have to say goodbye" en español, ¿por qué no dice "yo ...
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Would 'quién' be used here or 'quien'?

No tengo a nadie con quien practicar. Would quién be used here or quien? Guides online that explain the difference are a little hard for me to understand. Which is grammatical?
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You're going to like it

In my spanish course I was presented with: te va a encantar As a translation of You're going to like it. But what confuses me is the combination of the pronoun te with the verb conjugationva. ...
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What are my options for the generic “you”? [duplicate]

In English, it is common to use the word "you" to refer to people in general, instead of just the person you're speaking to: You can't eat rocks. How would I say the same thing in Spanish? Are all ...
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Usages of Se and Verbs [duplicate]

I get really confused about this and am looking for some kind of trick. It seems sometimes "se" means to do something to oneself and sometimes not. "Juan se ducha" (Juan showers himself) Other ...