Using 'sin' + infinitive

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Using 'sin' + infinitive

Looking at Inma's 
Sin/sin que + infinitive/subjuntive (subordinate manner clause)%252Fsearch%253Fs%253Dsin%252Bque - and favouring the simpler construction when it is permitted, presumably we could also say? > "... [alcancen su potencial] sin verse afectada su integridad física y moral".

Asked 3 months ago
InmaKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hola David,

yes, indeed. I just added that option to the possible translations for that clause. I have alsa added the same sentence using the adjective "afectada" in plural because we could take this "su integridad física y moral" as singular or plural (->su integridad física y su integridad moral).

Inma

Using 'sin' + infinitive

Looking at Inma's 
Sin/sin que + infinitive/subjuntive (subordinate manner clause)%252Fsearch%253Fs%253Dsin%252Bque - and favouring the simpler construction when it is permitted, presumably we could also say? > "... [alcancen su potencial] sin verse afectada su integridad física y moral".

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