For those unfamiliar with indirect object pronouns, but instead use them as native speakers, they are basically me, te, le, nos, les, each of which represent for me, for you, for him/her, for us, or ...
I get very confused when I see se in front of some verbs in Spanish or about when to put it in front of a verb when writing in Spanish. From my understanding I think it is used when someone is trying ...
"Hacia 1907, la muerte de Cézanne y las influencias del arte africano dar paso a un nuevo cambio en el pintor, su época negra, que daría a una de sus más geniales" creaciones: el cubismo. ...