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Jul
16
comment Gramática: “tengo miedo que” y “tengo miedo y creer que”
why in positive we use conditional but in negative we use subjunctive? Why when we use "de que" subjuntive will be used?
Jul
16
comment Gramática: “tengo miedo que” y “tengo miedo y creer que”
@belisarius: thanks for the correction.
Jul
15
comment Uses of “se”: “se rompió” o “rompió”
Please advise what "se" refers to here. "le" is hermano and "se" is the vasos. Correct?
Jul
15
comment Gramática: no te hagas el bobo
I don't quite understand "strengthening the connection between both". What kind of connection? What kinds of valors is it for "me" and "te"? To emphasize the subject who makes the order (factitivo)? to emphasize the tone (pronombre dativo)? or others?
Jul
15
comment Reflexivo: Se dativo
Yes I know that "peinar" is a reflexive verb. But according to the grammar points, we could also say it the "factivio" (she asked her mother to peinar for her) or "pronounbre dativo" for emphasize (she peinar for herself), no?
Jul
14
comment Reflexivo: Se dativo
It's difficult to distinguish between the "prononmbre dativo" and "valor factivio", and "se reflexivo". Take "La niña se peina" as an example, it suits all the three functions. How do you distinguish between them?
Jul
13
comment Gramática: “te veo los ojos”
"Te veo los ojos" seems to be complicate in grammar. I still feel confused.
Jul
13
comment Comprometerse a
"al principio" in English means "at first", only referring to the concept of time. Isn't it already clear?
Jul
13
comment Uses of “se”: “se rompió” o “rompió”
@Raykud: what kind of pronoun "se" is? What does it refer to?
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
12
comment Gramática: reflexivo
I could not do it because it is from a conversation.
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
10
comment Uses of “se”: “se rompió” o “rompió”
@Raykud: thanks, your answer is very clear. I still have one doubt and have edited it in my question. Would you please advise?
Jul
10
comment Sentences structure: garantizarse
Hi, what would you recommend to say in Spanish for the similar meaning that in English?
Jul
10
comment Sentences structure: garantizarse
Hi, if 'No one is gauranteed...' is poor in grammar, what would you recommend?
Jul
9
comment Sentences structure: garantizarse
@BrianA: pero los demás son el mismo significado?
Jul
9
comment Sentences structure: garantizarse
@Laura, thanks for remind me. I've edited my question again.