Nat Naydenova
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Can someone give me an easy (or at least grokkable) rule of thumb for how to tell the difference between "this" and "that" and "these" and "those"?
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Este and Esta are used, when referring to nearby object, depending on the gender of that object. Quien bebe de esta taza? can never be "esto" because taza is feminine (la taza). Now, when you say ...

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When does one replace "le/les" with the pronoun "se"?
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As @toni mentioned the use of le/les or se depends on the type of the Object Pronouns (direct vs. indirect pronombres): DO Pronouns: me, te, lo/la, nos, os, los/las IO Pronounce: me, te, le, nos, os, ...

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When should one use "para" for the English word "to"?
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If you use de in the sentence above, wouldn't it change the meaning to: You have one minute of choice It doesn't make much scene, but consider this: Tienes un minuto de paz / You have one minute ...

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Gramática: "te veo los ojos"
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I don't think Se veo los ojos is grammatically correct, as few others pointed out. It should be either se ven, or me veo. In this case the eyes would be both the agent and receiver of the action. If ...

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