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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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asked word usage: “inquietarse” and “inquieta”
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asked Difference between “oeste” and “occidente”
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asked Word usage: serme
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comment Uses of “se”: “se rompió” o “rompió”
thanks for your help very much. I think I need to study the usage more thoroughly.
Jun
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comment Uses of “se”: “se rompió” o “rompió”
thank you. I just wonder why "A mi hermano se le rompieron la mayoría de los vasos" can use "se"? Which one is the subject and which one is the object?
Jun
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comment Uses of “se”: “se rompió” o “rompió”
@BrianA: Could you please advise the English translation of "La mayoría de vasos se rompieren".
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comment Uses of “se”: “se rompió” o “rompió”
@All: Sorry but I am still confused. I've edited my question. Please advise. Thanks!
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revised Uses of “se”: “se rompió” o “rompió”
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asked Uses of “se”: “se rompió” o “rompió”
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comment Word : se quedaban
@Javi: thanks very much!
Feb
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comment Word : se quedaban
But "quedar" can also mean "to meet". So can't "se quedar" mean "they meet together"?
Feb
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comment Word : se quedaban
thanks very much!
Feb
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comment Word : se quedaban
@Javi: so does it mean if we use "se", once it is a pronominal, it can't be "recíproco"??
Feb
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asked Word : se quedaban
Feb
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comment Difference between “susto” and “aprensión”
@pfeor: thanks a lot!
Feb
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comment Difference between “susto” and “aprensión”
thanks very much!
Feb
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accepted Difference between “susto” and “aprensión”
Feb
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comment Word usage: “caminamos” VS “caminábamos”
@Petruza: thanks!
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comment Word usage: “caminamos” VS “caminábamos”
@J.Calleja: thanks very much!
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comment Word usage: “caminamos” VS “caminábamos”
@Javi: no, "había" is imperfect past tense but "caminamos" is simple past tense.