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What is the difference between these two sentences?
Las fresas habían estado siendo recolectadas.
Las fresas habían estado recolectadas.
If they both mean 'The strawberries had been collected.', under what circumstances are the two sentences used?
In the introduction to this lesson, you say the meaning is similar to using "haber plus infinitive". I think you mean haber plus past participle i.e. the perfect tense
The speakers are having a phone conversation.There, where you live, is it cold? : ___, donde tú vives ¿hace mucho frío?
Why is alli not possible in this question? Considering that they are on the phone, they might feel quite far apart from each other.
Hola, en el frase "Gregorio Rojo fue su primer entrenador", por que no es "era"?
I just wrote sonriais in a blank on a test and it marked my answer "almost right", and gave the right answer as "sonriáis".
This looks to me like a passive construction. Yes /No?
Is there a lesson about using it this way?
« Conjugate "decir" in the Pretérito Perfecto» I did it in the Pretérito Perfecto Simple!
Should we not been informed to use "decir" in the Pretérito Perfecto COMPUESTO?