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Me han robado la cartera. is just a simple sentence in Spanish but not in the translation. It would translate idiomatically to: They've stolen my wallet. The verb is plural: they have stolen. Singular would be: Me ha robado la cartera. The Spanish verb and pronoun order is: robar algo a alguien. All the pronouns here are indirect. to steal something from ...


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The verb "haber" is merely a perfect tense auxiliary and its use is not in any way related to the sentence being active or passive. We could in fact use a simple tense: a. Me robaron. (I was robbed.) b. Me robaron la cartera. (My wallet was stolen.) Both sentences: Me han robado. Me han robado la cartera. are correct and active, even if they can ...


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