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In this case se is being used to form an impersonal statement. se pone pesticida who puts it ... unknown, it is impersonal what is put ... pesticida (singular, that is why pone is in singular) se forman bolitas con la carne (like in a recipe for albóndigas=meatballs) who makes the balls (unknown, it is impersonal) what is formed, balls, ...


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Neither "you" nor "they". In this case "se" is an indefinition marker. (I'm not sure of the translation of indefinition). It is used mainly in instructions. Means that the subject of the sentence is someone, anyone, either, not a defined person (impersonal) Se pone pesticida sobre las verduras = [someone] puts pesticide on vegetables Unfortunately ...


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No. El uso del se pasivo impide la posibilidad de incluir un agente ajeno como en la voz pasiva ya que, por usar la construcción pasiva, existe un agente: solo es que coincide con el objeto directo/reflexivo que a la vez es también el sujeto.



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