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comment Word usage: “estar inquieto” y “estar preocupado”
Thank you so much Newbie!
Jun
27
accepted Word usage: “estar inquieto” y “estar preocupado”
Jun
26
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?
Jun
26
comment Word usage: “estar inquieto” y “estar preocupado”
Does "inquieto" similar to "eager"?
Jun
26
comment Word usage: “estar inquieto” y “estar preocupado”
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?
Jun
26
revised Word usage: “estar inquieto” y “estar preocupado”
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25
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24
comment Word usage: “estar inquieto” y “estar preocupado”
So can I say "inquieto" has a "deeper" worry than "preocupado"?
Jun
24
comment Word usage: “estar inquieto” y “estar preocupado”
I am confused. So does ¨inquieto¨ have the sense of worry?
Jun
20
asked Word usage: “estar inquieto” y “estar preocupado”
Jun
8
accepted Word usage: difference between “bailar” and “danzar”
Jun
7
asked Word usage: difference between “bailar” and “danzar”
Jun
7
accepted Gramatica: if the sentence is correctly written
Jun
7
asked What is the difference between “congestión del tráfico” and “congestión de tráfico”?
Jun
7
comment Gramatica: if the sentence is correctly written
Thank you! Why should we use "una" inundacion? There may be many at the same time. Should we say "inundaciones"?
Jun
7
asked Gramatica: if the sentence is correctly written
May
12
comment El uso de “comerse”
I've got it. Why is "Las termitas se comen madera" not correct and "Las termitas se comen la mesa" is correct?
May
11
comment El uso de “comerse”
I dont understand this "Si quitamos el objeto directo, el pronominal se convierte en reflexivo, lo que resulta en un disparate porque necesariamente falta algo". Could you please explain more?
May
11
comment El uso de “comerse”
I am not quite understand your discussions. Acutually this example is taken from "Hansel and Gretel". Does it mean that "comerse"is to emphasize the behaviour of eating wall due to hungry? So "se" here is the function of dative interest?