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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!


Jul
7
comment Sentence structure: el que, lo que
Ya veo. Gracias.
Jul
7
comment word usage: “inquietarse” and “inquieta”
¡Gracias! Ya veo poco. Necesito explorar más para entender.
Jul
7
comment Sentence structure: el que, lo que
¡Gracias! Y el tercera frase "Solo se puede controlar el presente", ¿qué? Es bien decir así?
Jul
7
comment word usage: “inquietarse” and “inquieta”
A mí me cuesta con las definiciones de "sujeto" y "objeto". Como en esta frase "Do you still worried about the future?", el sujeto es "you" y el objeto es "the future", no? Por qué invierte?
Jul
7
comment Difference between “oeste” and “occidente”
@JouSauron: ya veo. Gracias.
Jul
7
comment word usage: “furtivamente” and “a escondidas”
Gracias... Joul!
Jul
7
comment Sentences structure: garantizarse
@JoulSauron: I will if I know how to say it. :)
Jul
7
comment Word usage: “caminamos” VS “caminábamos”
@Calleja: I am a bad user of this site. I didn't realize I've missed the ratings.
Jul
7
comment Word usage: “caminamos” VS “caminábamos”
@Calleja: I am a bad user of this site. I didn't realize I've missed the ratings.
Jul
7
comment Sentences structure: garantizarse
@JoulSauron: thanks for your reminding. I am not very used to the use of stack exchange yet so I missed giving rates. Now I've go through my questions and have given the rates. From answers I didn't accept is because I am still not very understand (maybe for Spanish speakers they will understand it very well but for me, as a beginner, I am still not quite understand it) so I did not give a rate.
Jul
7
comment Word usage: serme
thanks for your comment. Since usually if the word is relfexive, the dictionary will always show somethinglike "serse" or "mentirse". But this time I couldn't find both words this time. Why doesn't the dictionary show that? I used the online dictionary "wordreference.com".
Jun
26
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
18
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
17
comment Uses of “se”: “se rompió” o “rompió”
@BrianA: Could you please advise the English translation of "La mayoría de vasos se rompieren".
Jun
17
comment Uses of “se”: “se rompió” o “rompió”
@All: Sorry but I am still confused. I've edited my question. Please advise. Thanks!
Feb
10
comment Word : se quedaban
@Javi: thanks very much!
Feb
9
comment Word : se quedaban
But "quedar" can also mean "to meet". So can't "se quedar" mean "they meet together"?
Feb
9
comment Word : se quedaban
thanks very much!
Feb
9
comment Word : se quedaban
@Javi: so does it mean if we use "se", once it is a pronominal, it can't be "recíproco"??
Feb
9
comment Difference between “susto” and “aprensión”
@pfeor: thanks a lot!