In another unrelated lesson, a quiz sentence states, 'No me queda mucho dinero pero tengo para dos cervezas más.' Where does this sentence fit in the various meanings of quedar, as explained in this lesson?
here " 'No me queda mucho dinero pero tengo para dos cervezas más.' (I don't have much money left but I have [enough] for two more beers.) the meaning of quedar is that of "something left/remaining", explained in the first block in the lesson. However here we are using an indirect object pronoun "me" to indicate who doesn't have much money left.
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