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A su vecino le robaron la moto el otro día.
(Le) robaron la moto el otro día a su vecino.
They stole his neighbour's bike the other day.
My brain wants to translate this as:
The other day they stole the bike for his neighbor. (su=his, her, your, its, their)
My point being that I think of the indirect object pronoun (le) as to/for him/her your/it
The word "for" being the key point that confuses me in this case, I would guess.
I would think the sentence would use "de" and be "Robaron el moto el otro día de su vecino." and not have the indirect object pronoun.
I was curious...
En esta frase, "Me recomendó que practicase meditación y que tuviera una actitud positiva." Es muy común que una persona mezcle ambas formas del imperfecto de subjuntivo dentro de la misma oración?
What is the difference between un, uno and algún, alguno?
The kwiz question is: Cristina no sabe todavía ________ va a celebrar su cumpleaños.
The most import possibilities are dónde and donde.
If i look in the lesson: Difference between dónde and donde (with and without a written accent)
i see: if you can substitute it for "in what location", you can use dónde.
This answer was wrong, it should be donde. I don-t understand that, it seems to contradict the lesson.
At the start of the explanation, there is a reference to the future simple which I think should be the conditional.Conjugate poner in El Condicional SimplePosted by Silvia PirizIn: Level B1, Verbs Tenses & Conjugation, El Condicional SimpleQuestions on this lesson: 0ADD TO NOTEBOOK« Previous 10 OF 10 TEST »
Poner (to put) is irregular in El Futuro Simple. It is formed by adding these endings to the stem dir-:yo