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The context seems like “i had written” which would be “había escrito” (?).
is there a rule if adjectives are before or after the noun?
Tengo dos hermosas hijas OR Tengo dos hijas hermosas?
Does it mean “he doesn’t know who he’s dealing with?”
Forgive me if there is already a thread addressing this question.
I was a bit confused about a question that began with "no dudo que..." and asked for the verb to be conjugated in the present subjunctive. I followed the hint and it was marked as correct even though it ran contrary to my prior understanding of the subjunctive. I thought "dudo que..." indicated subjunctive because there was uncertainty/doubt but "no dudo que..." negates the doubt making it certain and thus, requires the indicative.
Is this an exception to the rule or did I simply mislearn this topic?
How do we know to use para ser vs para una?
Thanks a million this is really interesting and insightful to the use of Spanish. Saludos. John
These answer options all have a capital "J" for the month "Julio". Debo coger vacaciones en Julio. Queréis coger vacaciones en Julio. Debéis coger vacaciones en Julio. Podéis coger vacaciones en Julio. Months in spanish are usually not capitalised unless at the beginning of a sentence or have I missed something?
Can this also mean ´order them for yourself´ or ´yourselves´ in a formal
The example below seems to be in the wrong lesson. Shouldn't the ustedes example be using "huyen" for El presente, not this:
Ustedes huyeron muy rápido
Is there ONE lesson which talks about cuál vs qué. I thought there was.... but..... I can't find it!