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The original Tweet from the RAE: Then, the response in greater detail: MADRID Actualizado:29/04/2020 16:54h La Real Academia Española (RAE) revisará en la próxima actualización del Diccionario panhispánico de dudas la explicación sobre la construcción gramatical del verbo "pegar" para dar cuenta de la "justificación" de las dos ...


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There are verbs that can take the indirect object (le / les) without a direct one. For example: Verbs of emotion and mental process: Le gustas mucho (He/She likes you a lot) Other verbs in this group are encantar, agradar, parecer, asombrar, molestar, preocupar, interesar, extrañar, importar, enojar Verbs related to ownership: quedar, faltar, tocar, ...


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In your translating exercises you should not give too much emphasis to the two occurrences of "le". Both are equivalent to repetitions of the object "a uno." Spanish accommodates a greater incidence of redundancy than English. The sentence in question would be nearly identical if both are omitted, with a slight change in structure, such ...


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In Spanish, many verbs work like this: indicar algo a alguien; decir algo a alguien When that is the case, the indirect object pronouns are used. indicarme a mi lo que dijo [for example] indicarle a él indicarle a uno deciros a vosotros decirles a ustedes etc. Another example: decirle a él, to tell him. I did not write out full sentences above. Now, the ...


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These "le" are talking about a generic person, kind of "I've never thought about age as a leak in the roof that shows to one how much life has one left" I don't pretend that's a proper translation... I'm just a Spanish speaker. The general idea of the Spanish sentence could be described as: -I have never thought about age the same way ...


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Para comprender mejor el pronombre personal de tercera persona "le" en un complemento indirecto, cámbialo a "a él le" ¿pero quién es «él»? Evidentemente, «él» es «uno» (en el sentido de «alguien»), pero está descolocado en la frase, y solo lo descubres si sigues leyendo. Si no se especifica «a uno» antes de «le», lo que esperas encontrar ...


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