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1. ¿En el verano qué instalan en España en las ciudades y los pueblos?
The following two sentences use the indirect pronoun 'le' before the verb. Why is 'le' necessary in these cases? Is it considered incorrect if it's removed? Examples with and without 'le' are below.
1. Tú les das vino a mis abuelos.
2. Ella le muestra un sombrero nuevo al hombre.
I've heard native speakers omitting 'le' in similar sentence constructions, but I'm unsure if it's correct to do so or not.
1. Tú das vino a mis abuelos.
2. Ella muestra un sombrero nuevo al hombre.
I understand the sentence above but I am new to using a pronoun with the infinitive of the verb. Is there a lesson that covers this topic? For example, how would you say 'I have something to tell them/you (plural)/him'?
In this sentence from the exercise: "Él es muy famoso, expone en muchas galerías y museos y tiene muchos premios."
The word "muchas" is feminine, but since it seems to include "museos" I was thinking it might be "muchos". Is it a rule that the first in a series determines the gender, or was this done to say "many galleries and (some) museums"?
really are the subjunctive cases all that important to the idea of the narrative? the tense does not matter. the thought she is processing is entirely subjunctive
and accumulative: both backward, present and forward looking. She faces a complicated decision and does not take it lightly so she considers the established
track record of the relationship, family and social pressures to marry, and whether this situation meets her needs.
I don't hear the S at the end of nuestros when the speaker says nuestroS recuerdos. Am I just failing to hear it, or is it in fact silent?
why does it show the numbers instead of spelling out the numbers?
In the first two egs given "Tengo escritas veinte paginas de mi futura novela" y "Tienes pintadas dos habitaciones. Falta una mas para terminar", why is tener + participio used instead of Llevar + participio? Since the repetition of the action is going to continue.
This was great. Thanks so much to introducing me to Aguas de Marzo.