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Hello! I am a beginning learner of Spanish and I does not understand very well the grammars. It would be very appreciated if you could explain in details and in English. Thanks!


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comment Word usage: “estar inquieto” y “estar preocupado”
Thank you so much Newbie!
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comment Word usage: “estar inquieto” y “estar preocupado”
Hi Adam, I looked up in "wordreference" and noticed there is an explantion for "inquieto" as : inquieto - adj - (agitado) worried, uneasy, troubled adj. It says "worried", no?
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comment Word usage: “estar inquieto” y “estar preocupado”
Does "inquieto" similar to "eager"?
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Hi Sanchy, "You can imply that someone is "inquieto" because he is very worried("preocupado")", do you mean that here "inquieto" means as someone being too worried, he anxiously wants to do something? The latter part is what "inquieto" meaning?
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comment Word usage: “estar inquieto” y “estar preocupado”
Hi, pls see my update.
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comment Word usage: “estar inquieto” y “estar preocupado”
Hi, pls see my update.
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comment Word usage: “estar inquieto” y “estar preocupado”
So can I say "inquieto" has a "deeper" worry than "preocupado"?
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I am confused. So does ¨inquieto¨ have the sense of worry?
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accepted Gramatica: if the sentence is correctly written