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What is the difference between deber in El pretérito indefinido + El infinitivo (compuesto) and deber in El condicional simple + El infinitivo compuesto? Both lessons say they mean Should have
"Sylvie es una profesora francesa." - Just wondering with this one, normally I would say 'Sylvie es profesora', or similar with professions... is this an exception, or is there an option to use either/or?
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Prior to this lesson I was reading about the subjuntive case of verbs. It seems that in the sentence above, the subjunctive case has been used. It does not appear to satisfy the WEIRDO requirements.
Can you please tell me why 'ella se visite' has been used and not 'ella se visita'?
If I am 70 and my neighbour is 50, why can´t I use tú instead of usted?
Is there any difference in meaning between “puede que” and “tal vez” or “quizás” or are they essentially the same?
The second example sentence for Hasta que + Subjunctive has the “Desde que” emphasized rather than “Hasta que.”
In this sentence it is used as an impersonal verb "toca", but most of the time it is accompanied by an indirect object pronoun to reinforce who needs to do it. We can also sat: The last word should be "say". Thank you.
Hi, can you please help me to understand why ‘Para lo que’ means ‘given how much’ in this sentence.
Hi, surely the English Sentence should read.
The first thing I’ll do when I get home is TO LIE/LAY on the sofa.