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I don't understand why I am told that it should be "Alberto llora MUY a menudo".
Everything; the lesson included; tells me it should be "mucho".
This device is often used in story telling and especially in jokes. E.g. "A man goes into a pub and asks the barman ......" It adds a freshness and immediacy to the narrative.
I think “les” is an indirect object pronoun in this phrase. I thought a direct object pronoun would be used because it is “we helped them.” We are the subject they are the direct object. Can you explain?
Many thanks. John
I would like to practice with possessive adjectives & pronouns, especially with the third person singular and plural
Where, in this rich Qwizik, can I find this kind of exercises ?
Please clarify what is meant by each it.
I assume the first it refers to the reflexive pronoun and the second it refers to the verb. BUT ONE CANT BE SURE
The use of “te cansas” looks like reflexive use to me. However, when I consult the dictionary the use is described as pronominal use. Please help me with the difference between pronominal and reflexive use.