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Jul
13
revised Gramática: reflexivo
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Jul
13
comment Con qué, a qué, lo que
Thank you! 1) For the first sentence, must we use "con quien" (with whom) and not "con que"? (with what) 2) How about "me he comprometido para salir esta noche"? It does not use "a".
Jul
13
comment Gramática: reflexivo
How do we distinguish whether it is a "valor factitivo"?
Jul
13
comment Reflexivo: Se dativo
So does it mean the "se" and "me" in these examples are neither "pronombre acusativo" nor "pronombre dativo" and nor reflexive? They are just for emphasizing the tones?
Jul
13
revised Practicamos hablando
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Jul
12
comment Gramática: reflexivo
I could not do it because it is from a conversation.
Jul
12
asked Reflexivo: Se dativo
Jul
12
revised Gramática: “te veo los ojos”
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Jul
12
asked Gramática: “te veo los ojos”
Jul
12
asked Gramática: no te hagas el bobo
Jul
12
asked Gramática: reflexivo
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12
asked Gramática : Que
Jul
12
asked Practicamos hablando
Jul
12
asked Con qué, a qué, lo que
Jul
12
asked Word usage : te pertenece
Jul
12
asked Comprometerse a
Jul
12
comment Uses of “se”: “se rompió” o “rompió”
@Raykud: Thanks for the reply. Just want to make it clear: > "A mi hermano se le rompieron la mayoría de los vasos." If "Se" is not an reflexive, is it a pronoun? What does it refer to?
Jul
12
comment Uses of “se”: “se rompió” o “rompió”
@Raykud: Thanks for the reply. Just want to make it clear:
Jul
12
awarded  Benefactor
Jul
12
accepted Uses of “se”: “se rompió” o “rompió”