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Saludos, Inma and disculpame,
pero, I notice that there are a lot of "p" popping sounds in the audio of "Ropa de Invierno" and remembered hearing that the Spanish alphabet should be able to be pronounced in front of a candle without blowing it out. How are the lips and tongue placed to pronounce "p" , "t" and "s" to achieve that goal, please?
Trying to understand why this isn't an indicative? Seems more of a statement of fact? (appreciate that I guess that this is pointing to future occasions they will wake the dog - seems a very grey area!)
It is odd that the children wake up the dog so early.
Es extraño que los niños despierten al perro tan temprano.
Hi, in one of the quizzes, the answer to this question:Ben ________ la alarma.Write ''Ben had been woken up by the alarm.was: había sido despertado por
could it also be "hubo sido"?
I thought long and hard before answering this onr. Although it fits the patter nor using sino que, if is a correctionof the first statement, the second statement is a contrast: something practical rather than something material. It is ambiguous depending on the circumstances and "pero" can be used following both positive and negative first statements.
Every example in the lesson includes "Have, Has or 've + past participle) To say "You put in there already is very American. England would rarely if ever miss the 've as in "You've put it in ther already. " which would be more natural English for an Englander.
Should this be "Las Policias" ??
Is it because despierta is being used as an adjective here? Thank you
Is it because it is being used as an adjective in this sentence. Thx