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comment How does “presumir” work in this sentence?
Yes. Mira is idenpendent of te presumo.
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answered How does “presumir” work in this sentence?
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comment How does “presumir” work in this sentence?
Without the context of the sentence, none of your questions can be answered easily. To everyone except you this is just a random sentence; horribly translated by a robot.
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revised Sale, vale y dale ¿Hay algo detrás de su parecido?
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answered Sale, vale y dale ¿Hay algo detrás de su parecido?
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revised “Antojarse” vs “tener ganas de”
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revised “Antojarse” vs “tener ganas de”
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comment “Antojarse” vs “tener ganas de”
Yes, exactly! More immediate. You wouldn't feel like doing something in 20 years; you would think about it. I added more English examples if that helps.
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comment Zipper: “cierre” vs “cremallera”
Seeing as cierre is easier to say than cremallera, I'd assume it's pretty universal. Cremallera sounds more formal.. as in, the word used in the zipper industry.
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revised “Antojarse” vs “tener ganas de”
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comment “Antojarse” vs “tener ganas de”
Maybe I shouldn't have assumingly gruped it into the gustar family. It's just a reflexive verb. It is more of the olvidarse/perderse group; where the fault lies upon that which is forgotten, or lost.
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answered Zipper: “cierre” vs “cremallera”
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revised Este o Esto. Which one to use, when, where, why?
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revised “Antojarse” vs “tener ganas de”
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answered “Antojarse” vs “tener ganas de”
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reviewed Reject What words are typically used to refer to vehicles and deliniate between types of vehicles in Latin America
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comment Why does saber mean both “to know” and “to taste”?
And smell is the "knowledge" we remember the most out of all five
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answered Why does saber mean both “to know” and “to taste”?
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revised Voy vs. Vengo, both correct?
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