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Jun
24
answered Using past tenses with specific verbs
Jun
24
comment estar + gerundio vs imperfecto
No, it just means that you never stopped looking, it doesn't necessarily mean that you are still looking today. That would be another sentence altogether.
Jun
24
revised estar + gerundio vs imperfecto
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Jun
24
comment estar + gerundio vs imperfecto
I only translated it that way, literally, to show you what estar is doing to the sentence. They still both translate to the same thing.
Jun
24
revised estar + gerundio vs imperfecto
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Jun
24
comment estar + gerundio vs imperfecto
pretérito is the "past simple" you're referring to.
Jun
24
revised estar + gerundio vs imperfecto
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Jun
24
comment estar + gerundio vs imperfecto
yes, that's right... though I wouldn't call it indefinido .
Jun
24
answered estar + gerundio vs imperfecto
Jun
24
answered Listing mixed male and female nouns. Muchos or muchas?
Jun
23
comment What is a generic word to refer to “icing”?
or cobertura...y relleno for filling.
Jun
23
comment What is a generic word to refer to “icing”?
I can only think of pasta
Jun
18
revised Using “cómo” with verbs after “saber”
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Jun
16
revised What are the differences between “tener” and “haber”?
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Jun
16
answered What are the differences between “tener” and “haber”?
Jun
12
answered Los Diablos Rojos del México — ¿por qué “del”?
Jun
12
revised What's the function of “lo” in “lo que”?
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Jun
11
revised Why are telephone numbers sometimes verbally expanded?
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Jun
7
answered Is “libras” really the correct translation for “pounds” (when meaning British currency)?
Jun
6
reviewed Approve ¿Puede alguien ayudarme a analizar sintacticamente esta oración, y explicarme rapidamente?