Kwiziq community member
16 September 2018
Thanks - I think a light bulb went on for me!
For months, in Costa Rica, I drove by a handwritten sign on the road that read "se chopean quintas". I knew what it meant - that he was advertising that he cut or weeded yards or fields but I couldn't understand the construction of the plural 3rd person chopear ( or maybe chapear?). Now, I think I get it, because quintas is plural so should chopear be plural. Correct? Thanks again
This question relates to:Spanish lesson "Using se debe/n and se puede/n + infinitive to say you must / you can (passive)"
Kwiziq language super star
17 September 2018
Yes, it is correct what you say. We are glad that you understood it!
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