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Nov
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comment How do I know whether to attach a direct object pronoun to the infinitive?
Muchas gracias! Cuando trato de hablar naturalmente este va a ser muy útil :)
Nov
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Nov
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comment How do I know whether to attach a direct object pronoun to the infinitive?
Muchas gracias por tu respuesta muy completa y útil. Siento que no puedo dar el "botín" a las dos respuestas, pero tuve que decidir.
Nov
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accepted How do I know whether to attach a direct object pronoun to the infinitive?
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Nov
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accepted What is the most idiomatic translation of “no way!”
Nov
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asked What is the most idiomatic translation of “no way!”
Nov
18
comment Rendering of “to fear”?
If your intent is to get across "scared half to death", that's really pretty scared, unless it is said jokingly. It seems like you might not want to say "un poco" in that case because that makes it seem like it's only a little scary.
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asked How do I know whether to attach a direct object pronoun to the infinitive?
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Nov
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revised Usage of “adiós” in the Basque country
formatting, typo correction
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17
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16
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