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Mar
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comment “Siempre” Neruda
Antes de mí no tengo celos es lenguaje poético. No es una oración que tenga sentido en lenguaje corriente.
Mar
21
answered “Siempre” Neruda
Mar
19
comment Otras formas de decir “mesh”
Wikipedia en español usa malla es.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C3%A9todo_de_los_elementos_finitos
Feb
24
comment ¿Cuál es la respuesta correcta para “Si hubiéramos estudiado todo el temario, no _______ haciendo el examen extraordinario”?
No veo la diferencia, es el mismo caso. Es ...habríamos podido evitar...
Feb
24
comment ¿Cuál es la respuesta correcta para “Si hubiéramos estudiado todo el temario, no _______ haciendo el examen extraordinario”?
Si hubiéramos estudiado todo el temario, hubiésemos aprobado no es correcta.
Feb
20
answered What is the gender classification of a word which can take either gender?
Feb
19
comment The use of “tu” in Spanish
No, you are still saying at the beginning that tu has two meanings. It doesn't.
Feb
10
comment Verbs ending in -ed
@EmilioGort esa conjugación es usada sólo en España, que es donde se usa el vosotros como segunda persona del plural. En Argentina y Uruguay se usa ustedes, al igual que en el resto de Latinoamérica.
Feb
10
answered Verbs ending in -ed
Feb
8
answered ¿Uso de lo y le por país?
Feb
4
revised Examples of use of each verb form
Add headers indicating mood. Fix subjunctive future. Remove indicative pluscuamperfecto which was already in the original question. Clarify usage.
Feb
4
comment Examples of use of each verb form
Also, future subjunctive is trabajare, not trabajaré.
Feb
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revised Examples of use of each verb form
Add headers indicating mood. Fix subjunctive future. Remove indicative pluscuamperfecto which was already in the original question.
Dec
23
revised Is this a subjunctive situation?
added 122 characters in body
Dec
23
answered Is this a subjunctive situation?
Dec
21
comment Direct Object/Indirect Object Pronouns
@AndaBien "que me siguiera" is the direct object for ordenar.
Dec
21
comment Direct Object/Indirect Object Pronouns
@AndaBien both verbs are transitive, meaning they both take a direct object. The difference is that ordenar also takes an indirect object.
Dec
20
comment The necessity of indirect object pronouns
Yes, the first sentence is right. I was asking why do you think your example is the right one.
Dec
20
comment The necessity of indirect object pronouns
Why do you think that's correct? There is no indirect object in this example, only a direct object: el perro.