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Three ways of using the verb olvidar are presented in this exercise: olvidar, olvidarse and olvidar de. What is (are) the general rule(s) regarding its usage and is one way more commonly used generally, or in different countries, or more preferable grammatically under different circumstances?
I've done the mini quiz on this lesson a bunch of times but my score is stuck at 33% even though I'm getting the answers right.
Would you please complete the lesson by commenting on whether they can ever be mixed? In the event I do, am I totally wrong? Thanks.
According to my dictionary, the word órgano is masculine, but the text has "una órgano."
I don't understand why "estar" is in subjuntivo instead of indicativo.
Your approach to address this subject is confusing. Please consider rewriting the teaching or add a new teaching in ONE lesson addressing all possibilities. Include all possible questions and answers about what date,day, month, year etc.
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