reflexive spanish verbs are in the infinitive form when followed by pronoun, but the bot says: "separame: and I said: separarme . Pls explain why?

NicoleB1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

reflexive spanish verbs are in the infinitive form when followed by pronoun, but the bot says: "separame: and I said: separarme . Pls explain why?

Kwizbot Pero ahora no podría separame de mi "handbike" You pero ahora no podria separarme de mi handbike. I think wizbot is incorrect: from what I have learned so far, and having checked online, reflexive spanish verbs are in the infinitive form when followed by pronoun. Also per Spanishdict.com they say: “Reflexive pronouns are attached to the end of affirmative commands. For compound verbs like the present progressive, the pronoun can either be attached to the end of the infinitive or present participle or go before the conjugated verb.” Thank you! Nicole
Asked 10 months ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola Nicole

This is a typo that we are correcting now. Kwizbot should say "separaRme".

Thanks for reporting this.

Gracias y un saludo

Inma

NicoleB1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Hola Inma, 

You're welcome and thank you so much for replying so rapidly.  I am glad to hear it was a type and it will be fixed. Hhave a great day Inma.

Nicole

reflexive spanish verbs are in the infinitive form when followed by pronoun, but the bot says: "separame: and I said: separarme . Pls explain why?

Kwizbot Pero ahora no podría separame de mi "handbike" You pero ahora no podria separarme de mi handbike. I think wizbot is incorrect: from what I have learned so far, and having checked online, reflexive spanish verbs are in the infinitive form when followed by pronoun. Also per Spanishdict.com they say: “Reflexive pronouns are attached to the end of affirmative commands. For compound verbs like the present progressive, the pronoun can either be attached to the end of the infinitive or present participle or go before the conjugated verb.” Thank you! Nicole

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