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I held my breath several times!
la respiración varias
You ¡Aguantaba la respiración muchas veces!
To me this seems this would be ongoing : that he held his breath while things were happening….
Could the imperfect be used as well in this case?
Thank you, Nicole
Hi, For some reason when trying to get the video, it says Video unavailable.
However, I was able to see other videos i.e Súbeme la radio - Enrique Iglesias etc.
Re: It is very close to the beach!
Kwizbot ¡Está muy cerca de la playa!
You !Está muy cerca a la playa!
You could also say: ¡Está muy próximo a la playa!
Would it be correct to say: “cerca a” or does cerca always require a “de”
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Thank you Inma,
So does that mean that even if "siglo" is singular, you can also use the plural? i.e. "a comienzos de..."
does that mean then that you can use the singular "al comienzo de.." if "siglos" was plural?
Do you have any example sentences for these 2 uses?
Do you have any more info on this use? also is this a Peninsular Spain usage? or universally used?
Thank you. Your replies a very appreciated! Nicole
in this sentence :... ir al psicólogo no sería mala idea. (That thing about going to a psycologist wouldn't be a bad idea.)
why isn't it : "... ir al psicólogo no sería una mala idea." ?
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When a word ends in -o or -a, how do we know which is preferred? When to use -illo, -illa, etc. and when to use -ito, -ita, etc.? For example, is it gatito or gatillo for a little cat? Chiquita or chiquilla for a little girl? Or are both acceptable endings? Thanks in advance for clearing this up.
I would like to ask about the construction lleva incluida, how does it work? It seems to be differdng from the construction llevar plus active participle (lesson in level B1) as incluida is a passive participle.
my score sticks at 98%.
Would it be possible to fix it ? Thank you very much.
I'm confused as to why this lesson exists. Doesn't this one Using se debe/n and se puede/n + infinitive to say you must / you can (passive) already cover it??
Yo fui a casa de mi abuela la semana pasada.
I went to my grandmother house last week.
Believe this should be: "grandmother's house"