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Feb
7
comment Difference between “un poco de” and “un poco”
muchas gracias!
Feb
7
accepted Difference between “un poco de” and “un poco”
Feb
7
asked Difference between “un poco de” and “un poco”
Feb
6
comment “matricular” y “matricularme”
thanks for the answer.
Feb
6
comment “matricular” y “matricularme”
thanks for the answer.
Feb
6
comment Differences betwen “ahí”, “allí”, y “allá”
well, maybe just as people said there are minor differences but it is not important.
Feb
6
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Feb
6
comment Differences betwen “ahí”, “allí”, y “allá”
thanks for your detailed answer. I've seen that both "allí" y "allá" can refer to a distant specific place. But I just heard people say that sometimes only specific one could be used. I am still confused.
Feb
6
asked “matricular” y “matricularme”
Feb
6
revised Differences betwen “ahí”, “allí”, y “allá”
edited body; edited title
Feb
6
asked Differences betwen “ahí”, “allí”, y “allá”
Feb
5
comment What does “le” mean here?
if "le sale" is a reflexive verb, isn't it should be "se sale"? Why we use "le"?
Feb
5
comment What does “le” mean here?
thanks for your answer. Yes the conversation is extracted from the radio and they are making jokes for "marmota". Actually I did not understand what they were talking about.
Feb
4
comment What does “les” mean here?
@leonboy: Thanks for your explanation. I think I am a bit clear now. Could you please give me more similar examples?
Feb
4
revised What does “le” mean here?
added 254 characters in body
Feb
4
comment What does “le” mean here?
@leonboy y César: yes, it is from a conversation. I've editted my question again.
Feb
4
comment What does “les” mean here?
@leonboy: I am still confused. In "appropriate for them", isn't "them" is the direct object? If it is the indirect object, who is the direct object? Thanks!
Feb
4
accepted Uses of “SE” : se discutió
Feb
4
asked What does “le” mean here?
Feb
4
asked What does “les” mean here?