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10 June 2019
How do I know that se lo compró does not mean
This question relates to:Spanish lesson "Pronouns le / les become se when used with lo, la, los, las (indirect with direct pronouns)"
"she bought it for herself"?
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That sentence could actually mean both:
"Laura se lo compró" (Laura bought it for herself) [comprarse algo = to buy something for oneself]
"Laura se lo compró (Laura bought it for her/him/them) [comprar algo a alguien = to buy something for someone]
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