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Should the heading be "CAERSE"?

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Should the heading be "CAERSE"?

Just wondering if the heading should be "CAERSE" instead of "CAER" as all the examples are reflexive.  This confused me for a moment.

Also, there's an interesting use of "traer" here in Mexico.  If we only have a large bill to pay with at a small store and we want to say "Do you have change?", we don't say "Tienes cambio?"  Instead we say "Traes cambio?"

Asked 5 months ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola Marcos

I have now included an example using caer (non-reflexive) so it also illustrates that. We have a note in the lesson saying that caer is generally used with reflexive pronouns. 

Interesting use of traer in México. 

Gracias y saludos

Inma

Should the heading be "CAERSE"?

Just wondering if the heading should be "CAERSE" instead of "CAER" as all the examples are reflexive.  This confused me for a moment.

Also, there's an interesting use of "traer" here in Mexico.  If we only have a large bill to pay with at a small store and we want to say "Do you have change?", we don't say "Tienes cambio?"  Instead we say "Traes cambio?"

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