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This is an interesting construction. is there a lesson that deals with it?
It would seem to me that 'a su madre' should be after ve. could K say ... ve a su madre llegar?
Present + desde hace ...
Hace ... que + present
Imperfect + desde hacía ...
Hacía ... que + Imperfect
why is a future tense used in this sentence? could we use some of the past tenses instead?
Do I understand correctly that this sentence implies that it took today or even a short time ago?
Should the phrase be "con sillas en las que"?
In the sentence:
"En mi opinión, debemos reducir su consumo para dormir mejor."
The instruction tells you to use the verb "disminuir." ??
The quiz translated this as "She is looking forward to starting her trip to Honduras." Wouldn't that be "Ella está deseando empezar su viaje a Honduras."?
Two of the examples shown for por are still confusing for me (por mí, jaja). Both translate to "for + pronoun", but I am having a hard time knowing the difference here. It seems subtle.
Antonio lo ha hecho por mí.
Antonio has done it for me.
Para ti es muy fácil todo.
For you everything is easy.
Tengo que ir al colegio.
Instead of using "voy", ir was used. Why is that?
I searched to find the reply but was not successful. Could you let me know the reply to her question. Thank you. Nicole
This is Pati's question below:
"I'm unsure when (and when not) to use a + pronouns when also using an indirect object pronoun. I understand emphasis, but not real clear when to place emphasis. When I use it normally, it seems redundant. "