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The Imperfect Subjunctive of haber - is there a grammar rule or significance of using BOTH forms in the same sentence?

The form ending in "-era" tends to be more usual, while the one ending in "-ese" sounds more elegant and, where "-era" is more usual, "-ese" seems more ...
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Can we pair the present tense with the conditional tense in Spanish?

This sentence: (1) Si te queda una pizca de lealtad, deberías decirme todo lo que sabes. is perfect in Spanish. It differs from: (2) Si te quedara una pizca de lealtad, deberías decirme todo lo que ...
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Se la he dejado = Ethical Dativ?

It is a dative of interest as the pronoun se (technically le = a él = 'to him', not a reflexive pronoun) represent the person that benefit from the action (Sergio). As this pronoun is redundant (he ...
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