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Verb Combination?








Is this a correct interpretation for these combinations?

Sep 10, 2016 7:49 PM
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Bueno, en los idiomas muchas veces no se debe analizar tanto. No en este caso,  pero vas bien.  

Considera esto:

Ensuciar                    +           me

(verbo sin conjugar)      (pronombre peronal)

Enamorar                   +         te

(verbo sin conjugar)       (pronombrepersonal)


September 11, 2016
Hello, well the preposition "en" for spanish, it's similar the meaning of "in" for english , "me" and "te" in english it's similar  to "me" and  "you" (pronouns personal, I think), what you made is separate words for try to find patterns?, which it's worth, but "suciar" doesn't exist in spanish, but "sucio(a)",yes it is, it's means "dirty",  and "amor",it doesn't a verb, it's a noun. For example there is a word "encontrarse = en+contrar+se", but unfortunately  "contrar" doesn't exist, but the word "contra", yes it is, it's mean against. That I'm trying to say is that if you do that, probably you won't find verbs or words (in general), that means something in spanish, but approximately a word, I hope I have helped.

Pd: Excuse me for my mistakes in writing.
September 10, 2016

¡Hola Mia! :)

Mira, en Español tienes que decir la palabra completa y junta, porque por ejemplo, si dices "En+amor+arte" se escucha mal y podemos pensar que quieres hablar acerca del 'Arte'. Lo correcto es decir de una vez "Enamorarte" para que puedan entender que te refieres al Amor hacia alguien.

Regards from Venezuela, I'm learning English and French if you want a partner :)... ¡Cuídate!

September 10, 2016
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