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Generally, we specify the subject for emphasis. Using your examples: Soy alto (inteligente, moreno, etc.) In this sentence, I am specifying one of my characteristics, which are the important part of the sentence. I don't need to specify the subject, since it is inferred from the verb. Yo soy alto (inteligente, moreno, etc.) Subtly different: once ...


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The accepted answer isn't right. If you have te and me as two different objects, they will always go in the same order. You can only have te me, and never me te, likewise, you can never have le me, even if le is the indirect object and me is the direct object. Consider, for example, "te me acercas". te is the reflexive object, and me is the indirect. ...


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Es correcto que el sujeto de la oración subordinada es «esa sonrisa fría». El pronombre «se» tiene una función reflexiva (aunque podría pensarse también como una voz media1.): Esa sonrisa fría se cierra. En este caso la sonrisa también es el objeto directo (qué es lo que es cerrado) y el «le» es por lo tanto el complemento indirecto (a quién o para ...



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