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You only use reflexive pronouns when the object is the same as the subject. EX: -She cut herself (Ella se cortó) The sentence you brought up, "Os encontrasteis a Raquel en el concierto" probably doesn't need a reflexive pronoun. I think using an indirect object pronoun would be more fitting. If you wanted to say, Raquel was found (by them) at / in ...


¿Los gatos negros son de mala suerte? (de por sí) ¿Los gatos negros te traen mala suerte? (a ti) ¿Los gatos negros les traen mala suerte? (a ustedes) ¿Les parece que los gatos negros sean/son de mala suerte? (a ustedes)


El punto 5.1. hace referencia a la duplicación obligatoria del objeto o complemento, directo o indirecto, cuando el complemento "de base" es un pronombre personal tónico: (preposición "a") + mí / ti / usted / vos / él / ella / nosotros / nosotras / vosotros / vosotras / ustedes / ellos / ellas Cuando el complemento es un pronombre ...


The verb "encontrar" can be pronominal. When you use "encontrarse", the pronoun does not have a reflexive value but is called a dative. In this case the dative expresses the interest or involvement of the subject but is not reflexive. "Encontrarse" is obligatory with the preposition "con" but optional with the ...

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