Tag Info

New answers tagged

3

For the first question, it's not compulsory at all to use "Le tengo" instead of "tengo" or "Yo tengo". It's a matter of choice on the speaker. It is true than in Spanish the subject is usually omitted, but it's not compulsory to do so. I think this answers the first part of your question. As leis a pronoun referring to miedo al fracaso, Le tengo instead ...


7

Why is "trabajar" being conjugated to the "yo" form? The short answer is: no, "trabajar" is not being conjugated there. In fact, in "años de trabajo duro", "trabajo" is not a verb, it is a noun. Here are a few examples of use of "trabajo" as a noun: Mi equipo aprecia mi trabajo (My team appreciates my work) María está en el trabajo (Mary is at work) El ...


8

Vamos a entender a la maestra. In the case of a la maestra, la is a definite article (femenino singular->feminine singular) that you put before of a noun to indicate this noun is known to the speaker. Vamos a entender al maestro. al is the contraction of a el and el is a definite article (masculino singular->masculine singular) that you put before ...



Top 50 recent answers are included