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awarded  Autobiographer
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accepted What is the general rule to use accusatival pronouns to refer to nouns repeatedly?
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asked What is the general rule to use accusatival pronouns to refer to nouns repeatedly?
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awarded  Custodian
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reviewed Approve Why is there a “se” after the verb in “llevarse los libros a casa”?
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accepted Why is there a “se” after the verb in “llevarse los libros a casa”?
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comment Why is there a “se” after the verb in “llevarse los libros a casa”?
Thanks first. I haven't learnt reflexive verbs. Is the reflexity an intrinsic property of verbs? For example, the verb "llevar" is reflexive itself, or just because in this specific context it becomes reflexive? If we cannot decide the reflexity of verbs simply by translating the sentence (to find out the subject and object), how can we know the proper form of a verb to be used? Thanks again.
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asked Why is there a “se” after the verb in “llevarse los libros a casa”?
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accepted “El hijo del sol es yo” or “El hijo del sol soy yo”?
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asked “El hijo del sol es yo” or “El hijo del sol soy yo”?
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awarded  Supporter
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accepted When using object pronouns, should I say “la van a ver a” or “la van a ver”?
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comment When using object pronouns, should I say “la van a ver a” or “la van a ver”?
Oh, I made a mistake when typing ... just forgot the article el...then you mean the "a" should not be used here.
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awarded  Editor
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revised When using object pronouns, should I say “la van a ver a” or “la van a ver”?
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asked When using object pronouns, should I say “la van a ver a” or “la van a ver”?
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Can I say “contestar las preguntas” instead of “contestar a las preguntas”?
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awarded  Student
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asked Can I say “contestar las preguntas” instead of “contestar a las preguntas”?