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Feb
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comment Word usage: “caminamos” VS “caminábamos”
@Petruza: thanks!
Feb
9
comment Word usage: “caminamos” VS “caminábamos”
@J.Calleja: thanks very much!
Feb
8
comment Word usage: “caminamos” VS “caminábamos”
@Javi: no, "había" is imperfect past tense but "caminamos" is simple past tense.
Feb
8
comment Difference between “oreja” and “oído”
Thank you guys!
Feb
8
comment Difference between: “susurro” and “murmullo”
@Laura: thanks very much!
Feb
8
comment Difference between: “susurro” and “murmullo”
@nacho4d: thanks very much!
Feb
8
asked Difference between “susto” and “aprensión”
Feb
8
asked Difference between: “susurro” and “murmullo”
Feb
8
comment Word usage: “caminamos” VS “caminábamos”
I've edited my question. Hope you could help.
Feb
8
revised Word usage: “caminamos” VS “caminábamos”
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Feb
8
comment Word usage: “caminamos” VS “caminábamos”
@J.Calleja: thanks for the answer. Sorry but it does not help very much.
Feb
8
asked Difference between “oreja” and “oído”
Feb
7
comment Word usage: “caminamos” VS “caminábamos”
@AlfredoO: Suppose"this morning we went to the market to buy flowers. We walked from shop to shop to buy the cheapest and most beautiful flowers." Can we use "caminabamos" for "walked"??
Feb
7
comment Difference between “enterar por” and “enterar de”
Thanks for your answer. I've edited my question again. In the second sentence, there are two "de", can I omit the second one? If not, why should we need it?
Feb
7
comment Difference between “enterar por” and “enterar de”
@leonboy: Thanks for your detailed answer. I've edited my question again. In the second sentence, there are two "de", can I omit the second one? If not, why should we need it?
Feb
7
revised Difference between “enterar por” and “enterar de”
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Feb
7
asked Word usage: “caminamos” VS “caminábamos”
Feb
7
asked Difference between “enterar por” and “enterar de”
Feb
7
comment Difference between “un poco de” and “un poco”
muchas gracias!
Feb
7
accepted Difference between “un poco de” and “un poco”