Please point me to the lesson where the construction of say “I always say it what I mean”. In English the “it” is not necessary. Yo Diego “lo” .....

JohanC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Please point me to the lesson where the construction of say “I always say it what I mean”. In English the “it” is not necessary. Yo Diego “lo” .....

Asked 9 months agovont aller
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola Johan

I imagine you are referring to this sentence in that lesson:

"Yo digo lo que pienso" (I say what I think)

Here you need to see "lo que" as a unit, not just as "lo" individually. Here is the lesson you want:

Using lo que = what, which, that which, the thing that (relative pronouns)

Hope it helps.

Inma

JohanC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Thank you very much for your reply.  Sometimes during the course of study a concept is inadvertently introduced which is outside the acquired knowledge range. Without your assistance I would have spent time unnecessarily banking my head on the wall. Thanks

Please point me to the lesson where the construction of say “I always say it what I mean”. In English the “it” is not necessary. Yo Diego “lo” .....

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