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The -se forms descend from the Latin imperfect subjunctive. It is more common in some countries (like Spain), and has a higher frequency in writing than in speech. The -ra forms descend from the simple (or synthetic) pluperfect indicative such that where as now you might see a sentence like No quería café porque ya había tomado té, in the past, would have ...


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Respondiendo un poco a la pregunta, el uso de "habemos" no está recomendado en los casos expuestos en la pregunta, su uso constituye un vulgarismo. Según - RAE Habemos usos incorrectos: En la lengua culta actual, la primera persona del plural del presente de indicativo del verbo haber es hemos, y no la arcaica habemos, cuyo uso en la formación de los ...



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