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By Aprendando Español
Necesito aprendar sobre diferente conceptos gramatical.
I have present tense for -ar, -er, and -ir verbs, and Iḿ working on Future and Preterite for both.
Discord moves too fast for me, so I need a better setting. Can you fellow Linguaholics provide me with a short crash course in avanzado gramatica españa?
It doesn´t need to be in-depth, just a chart or something showing the more obscure verb tenses. I also need help conjugating oír, dar, and dicer.
Heyy, I have a question about Japanese grammar. So I was supposed to make a sentence using words 私/マリア/弟/ポーランド語/教える。Idk why but I forgot that くれる can be used not only when sb gives sth to ME, but also when refering to my Family members. Sooo I was desperate to make a sentence in which I am the one who receives something. So I created sth like this:
Is it completely wrong? ( I have a feeling it is) But what If I want to imply that I am the one who is happy? For example I was the one looking for a teacher for my brother and I finally wound マリアさん? Does it make any sense?
And additional question if sb is nice enough to take a look.
Is it gramatically correct?
And this one:
Thank U in advance.
You won't be disappointed .
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