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Oct
11
comment Second person singluar imperative of a reflexive verb ending in a diphthong
Thanks for the informative answer. I didn't even know about voseo until now, so thanks for that too!
Oct
11
accepted Second person singluar imperative of a reflexive verb ending in a diphthong
Oct
11
asked Second person singluar imperative of a reflexive verb ending in a diphthong
Aug
16
accepted “Something happened” while “something else was going on”
Aug
15
comment “Something happened” while “something else was going on”
Thank you, this was very helpful, and I think "No vi nada mienstras estaba corriendo" is the best, because I saw nothing the entire time I was running.
Aug
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asked “Something happened” while “something else was going on”
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Aug
13
accepted “no” + verb + “nada”
Aug
12
comment “no” + verb + “nada”
@JoulSauron: Lo vi en un vídeo de Youtube :)
Aug
12
comment “no” + verb + “nada”
So these mean the same thing: "nunca como pescado" and "no como nunca pescado". But the second is more emphatic?
Aug
12
comment “no” + verb + “nada”
Both you and @JoulSauron really helped me: I kept thinking in terms of double negatives, but I see now it is not the same thing in Spanish. Thanks!
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asked “no” + verb + “nada”
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