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Como prometí en un comentario bajo la respuesta de rodrigo, he aquí un análisis que se basa en la Gramática de la RAE. Aunque puede parecerlo, no es un dativo ético1, sino un dativo aspectual que también se puede llamar dativo concordado. Tiene la Gramática una explicación impresionantemente buena, hela aquí: 35.7w El dativo aspectual o concordado ...


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Es un uso de pronominal de ver, es decir de verse. En algunas partes del mundo se usan, de forma coloquial, las formas pronominales verse, leerse, escucharse, incluso comerse o beberse, cuando la actividad en cuestión se hace por motivos personales (por gusto...) en lugar de para por obligación o función práctica. Por ejemplo: Ayer me vi todas las ...


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It is necessary to show the correct use of 'celebra' in a passive voice: With se: (se celebra = es celebrado/celebrada) -> (it) is celebrated Se celebra principalmente en Mexico y Estados Unidos. It is celebrated mainly in Mexico and USA. Without 'se', 'celebra' turns into active voice = (he/she/it celebrates) A deeper explanation can be ...


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Some grammarians call pronominal verbs (verbos pronominales) those verbs that use a reflexive pronoun but do not have a reflexive meaning. The reflexive pronoun can appear in five basic cases: True reflexive verbs or reflexive actions: Pedro se llamó a la casa desde el celular. — Pedro rang himself home from his mobile. Reciprocal actions: ...


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Se celebra translates to They celebrate which is how we, English speakers, would say it. For instance, Aquí se celebra Navidad en Pascua Here, they celebrate Christmas on Easter Not they as in 3rd person plural, but rather, they as in the people here. When we are giving instructions we tend to say things like You mix the milk in with the eggs Se ...


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Yes, it's reflexive. The verb llevarse (algo) means to take (something). All reflexive verbs end in -se. If you don't recognize a verb as reflexive at first glance, you might ask yourself if it makes sense as a reflexive verb. Llover (to rain), for instance, wouldn't make sense in the reflexive form. However, some verbs change their meaning when being ...



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