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The conjugation is just comer, but it has attached the pronoun that identifies the direct object. These two sentneces have the same meaning. Por favor, póngame una piña 'durita', pues no voy a comerla inmediatamente. Por favor, póngame una piña 'durita', pues no la voy a comer inmediatamente. Some of the pronouns can go immediately in front of ...


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This is an informal comment, an set of examples to visualize the way that an native Spanish speaker thinks about the verb estar. The rules may appear in common bibliography. Estar is so different for us from Ser. Ser is an character of the things. Estar is an state of the things. In English this two concepts are blended in the to/be verb. Estuve is for use ...


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I use words like "comerla" all the time, but I never questioned why they are constructed like that. Seeing this quesition made me wander about that and I did a little reaserch. The topic can be quite complex, but the simple explanation is this: Words like comerla, correrlo, mancharse, contarnos, llegarme, are verbs accompanied by unstressed personal ...


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Use pretérito imperfecto for actions that used to happen, and pretérito perfecto simple for actions that happened in special conditions. So Cuando estaba en Nueva York tomaba el metro. means When I was [living] in New York, I took the subway. In a present tense, you would say Yo cojo el metro [a diario, dos veces por semana...] I take the subway ...



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