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    Tips y concejos para ayudar a las mujeres como quedar embarazada
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    Es la primera vez que veo un post en español jajajaja
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    Un concejo si que te voy a dar yo a ti, coge un diccionario
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    Tsr es un sitio inglés, por favor escriba en inglés, use un traductor si necesita.
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    (Original post by Oubeid)
    Un concejo si que te voy a dar yo a ti, coge un diccionario
    Jajajaja eso decía yo :lol:
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    (Original post by MrIso)
    Tsr es un sitio inglés, por favor escriba en inglés, use un traductor si necesita.
    so you told her to "use" a translator instead of "usa"
    so where you come from they use usted instead of tu?
    or am I trippin'
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    Careful lad, you get banned for less than writing in another language on this site.
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    Despacito, I don't know the words so I just say burrito
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    (Original post by hamzakalinle)
    so you told her to "use" a translator instead of "usa"
    so where you come from they use usted instead of tu?
    or am I trippin'
    Use is imperative.
    Usted because I don't know her at all tbh.
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    (Original post by hamzakalinle)
    so you told her to "use" a translator instead of "usa"
    so where you come from they use usted instead of tu?
    or am I trippin'
    "Use" is the formal imperative.
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    (Original post by MrIso)
    Use is imperative.
    Usted because I don't know her at all tbh.
    So can you not use tu for the imperative?
    so like lets say we were boys I'd be like "abra la puerta" but if I didn't know you I would say "abre la puerta" right?
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    Me lo dices a mi?
    yeah he's talking to you.
    you said concejo when you meant consejo.
    i think.
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    (Original post by hamzakalinle)
    So can you not use tu for the imperative?
    so like lets say we were boys I'd be like "abra la puerta" but if I didn't know you I would say "abre la puerta" right?
    Yeah, kind of. You would say abre la puerta to your friends, siblings etc.
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    (Original post by MrIso)
    Tsr es un sitio inglés, por favor escriba en inglés, use un traductor si necesita.
    You are either using Google Translate or you are **** at Spanish. No one uses usted on a forum
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    (Original post by hamzakalinle)
    So can you not use tu for the imperative?
    so like lets say we were boys I'd be like "abra la puerta" but if I didn't know you I would say "abre la puerta" right?
    You can and most of the time you would use the "tú" form of the imperative.

    No, you have it the wrong way round. With your friends and family you'd say "abre la puerta", but it would change to "abra" more to like elderly people and people you don't know in formal situations.
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    (Original post by Plantagenet Crown)
    You can and most of the time you would use the "tú" form of the imperative.

    No, you have it the wrong way round. With people you don't know and with your friends and family you'd say "abre la puerta", but it would change to "abra" more to like elderly people and people you don't know in formal situations.
    yeah yeah you're right I though for a second Abrir was an AR verb thats why I messed up sorry
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    (Original post by Oubeid)
    You are either using Google Translate or you are **** at Spanish. No one uses usted on a forum
    I'm not **** at Spanish, I just learnt it from when I was young from my mum's best friend. Not my fault if I talk the way that she taught me.

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    She's from the Dominican republic.
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    (Original post by hamzakalinle)
    So can you not use tu for the imperative?
    so like lets say we were boys I'd be like "abra la puerta" but if I didn't know you I would say "abre la puerta" right?
    **** no I ****ed up, it's the other way round. My Spanish really is rusty. :rofl:
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    (Original post by MrIso)
    I'm not **** at Spanish, I just learnt it from when I was young from my mum's best friend. Not my fault if I talk the way that she taught me.

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    She's from the Dominican republic.

    Sorry mate. All my respects to you. Thought you were just a troll in here
 
 
 
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