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Quiz question question

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Quiz question question

On a quiz question, my answer was marked wrong because I read "que se vaya" (irse) as "go away" instead of "is".  This seems wrong to me.  Irse means to GO away, not to BE away.  The suggested answers don't even test the difference between "por mi" and "para mi".

What does "Por mí que se vaya bien lejos." mean?

I didn't want him to be far away.

I don't care if he is far away.

He went away just for me.

In my opinion he should go far away.

Asked 6 months ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola C

We changed the verbs to "to go" to make it clear. Bear in mind though that the only possible correct answer here is the one using "I don't care if..." which is what "Por mí que..." implies as explained in the lesson.

Saludos

Inma

Quiz question question

On a quiz question, my answer was marked wrong because I read "que se vaya" (irse) as "go away" instead of "is".  This seems wrong to me.  Irse means to GO away, not to BE away.  The suggested answers don't even test the difference between "por mi" and "para mi".

What does "Por mí que se vaya bien lejos." mean?

I didn't want him to be far away.

I don't care if he is far away.

He went away just for me.

In my opinion he should go far away.

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