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No la luz del pasillo. (Don't switch off the light in the corridor.)HINT: Conjugate the tú form of "apagar" in El Presente de Subjuntivo
Regarding this lesson, I do not understand how to choose the correct answer in the question when the lesson says that either gender can be used depending upon some vague circumstances. How can I, the speaker, determine which gender to use? This is a complete mystery to me. Please help.
Thank you, James
I am unsure why you choose imperfect for being able to see the view on that particular occasion.
There is no hint to indicate whether "you" i singular or plural , familiar or formal. Therefore we can be marked down if our choice of one of four possible correct responses is not the same as your choice.
Answer given was "compráoslos". Should it not be "cómpraoslos" ? Similar to "Prepáratelas" and "Cómpratelas" .
Would "Para mí" be acceptable in this sentence?
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Can we use these nuances as statements
Quisimos - 'we tried'
No Quise - 'I refused'
... with no further construction, embellishment added?
Could "la plataforma" also be correct for platform, or is that Latin American? Thanks
We have porque, que and como in this construction - and we know that por can mean 'because of' - can it also be used as a causal conjunction in this sense?