I just saw it in the forum and I think it should be added to the lesson since it is quite common.
Hola Michael, I agree it is quite common.
I’ve had a look to see if it is covered in another lesson but can’t find it. John
Hola Michael y John
As the verb quedar has multiple meanings and is used in different ways (non reflexive, reflexive, with indirect object pronouns, impersonal) we used in this lesson the most common uses of this verb that are still fitting with a B1 level. It is a bit tricky though. This also happens with other verbs/lessons like faltar or sobrar. Lots of students don't like the idea of having all these meanings in just one lesson because it makes the testing really hard, and have asked to split these lessons. So, ideally, we don't really want to keep adding more meanings.
I've noted this suggestion and it will be talked through with the team. There might be some splitting to do and when we do so, I will make sure this also common use of "quedar" for location is included.
Saludos cordiales a los dos.
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