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Is there a lesson that deals with how to pronounce when two words one ending with a vowel and another beginning with a vowel. It seems that in this case it is pronounced hasta-l amanecer... is it correct that the latter vowel is omitted?
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It seems to me that in many cases we could substitute the imperfect with perfect. The main difference would be that in the former we talk about a repeated activity and in the latter about whether something ever took place or a few times at the most.
Could I also say por vuestra luna de miel? In case I would like to emphasize the reason for going here, not the timeframe?
1. Would "¿dónde habréis estado en 10 años a partir de ahora?" be acceptable?
2. Is there a lesson available on when it is best to place an adjective before a noun - I put cristalinas before aguas.
What prepositions can be used with creer and how do they change the meaning.
Creer en/a ...
Could I say un poema muy bonito de Neruda?
There would be some beautiful jewels at that jewellers
Re: These two sentences: "los profesores, los estudiantes, and: los niños y los jubilados"
In this exercise I noticed the repetitive use of “los” in the above sentences, and I would tend not to repeat these. i.e. just say: los profesores y estudiantes.
Is there something I’m missing? Thank you, Nicole
When you say
"Notice that when we use this structure with tener, the participle agrees in gender and number with the object:"
aren't you really referring to using the structure with llevar?