llevar + sin + infinitive

JeraldC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

llevar + sin + infinitive

Could you highlight this difference in the lesson in yellow or some sort of emphasis? 

If we want to express the same but in the negative, the structure changes to:

               llevar (conjugated) + sin + infinitive


 And also, if correct, please add the explanation that  the action  changes from  past participle to infinitive because sin is a preposition, and that prepositions are followed by infinitives, not past particples.


Asked 1 month ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola Jerald

We have underlined the key words here so it's clearer and also tagged the general lesson on using the infinitive after prepositions at the end.

Saludos cordiales

llevar + sin + infinitive

Could you highlight this difference in the lesson in yellow or some sort of emphasis? 

If we want to express the same but in the negative, the structure changes to:

               llevar (conjugated) + sin + infinitive


 And also, if correct, please add the explanation that  the action  changes from  past participle to infinitive because sin is a preposition, and that prepositions are followed by infinitives, not past particples.


Sign in to submit your answer

Don't have an account yet? Join today

Ask a question

Find your Spanish level for FREE

Test your Spanish to the CEFR standard

Find your Spanish level
Let me take a look at that...