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The following is what I have understood from the linked sources without me being a linguist: PIE had two different moods to express things that are not real: subjunctive (non-factual or depending on a condition) and optative (wish). Italic languages (among which, Latin) merged both functions into one. The new Latin subjunctive mood was (normally) ...


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I'm sorry to disagree with @rsanchez but both translations are correct. "Difícil" also translates to "difficult" or "hard" see here Difficult is (see Merriam-Webster) not easy : requiring much work or skill to do or make not easy to deal with or manage not willing to help others by changing your behavior Let's say she had an accident and injured her ...


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Neither of your options is correct. The construction es difícil que is used to say that something is unlikely to happen, so your original sentence means: It is unlikely that she will talk. You can find more information in this article. EDIT: As there is an alternative answer, I'll expand here why I think mine is correct instead of in comments. These ...


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Empezaré por el final: lo que tu profesor te dijo tiene un pequeño error (tal vez de copia), pero la idea general es correcta. La forma en -ara/-iera, que actualmente consideramos pretérito imperfecto de subjuntivo, originalmente era el pretérito pluscuamperfecto. Pero no así la forma en -ase/-iese, que siempre ha sido el pretérito imperfecto de subjuntivo. ...


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El artículo de Wikipedia sobre el modo subjuntivo da una explicación un tanto más sólida (el énfasis en negrita es de un servidor): En gramática tradicional se dice que es el modo de la oración adjunta cuya acción, mediante el contenido de la oración principal o el tipo de nexo con ella, toma el carácter subjetivo de posible, probable, hipotética, ...


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It's very simple, One of the best ways to measure how much a person understands the spanish lenguage is by how natural he sounds, you may know all of the grammar, all the structures, all the verb tenses and the like but, if you don't sound natural, any native speaker will soon know that you are not able to have a fluent conversation , my tip is "anytime ...



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