Regional differences: Haber + participle vs hubiera

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Regional differences: Haber + participle vs hubiera

Thank you so much for these regional notes. Do you have any sense of whether the use of the European construction is confusing to LA speakers? Or vice versa? Or would the meaning still be easily understood?

Asked 1 month ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola A,

I believe this is also commonly used in Latin America.

Inma

Regional differences: Haber + participle vs hubiera

Thank you so much for these regional notes. Do you have any sense of whether the use of the European construction is confusing to LA speakers? Or vice versa? Or would the meaning still be easily understood?

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