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Do not get discouraged on your language learning journey whenever you made a mistake. This is common! The trick is to figure out where you’ve stumbled and go on from there. Read here to figure out the common mistakes Spanish learners have made – and how you should avoid them.
A common error that's actually on public signs here in California: not using the reflexive form when the verb is reflexive. For instance, this sign is seen in public restrooms:
"La ley del estado requiere que LAVEN SUS MANOS antés de volver a trabajar."
Washing one's hands is reflexive, so the command should be "LAVENSE LAS MANOS." How this sign was approved and posted in so many public restrooms in a state where Spanish speakers are abundant is anyone's guess.
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Tú estás sorprendido porque algo es sorprendente.<o:p></o:p>
Espero que esto te ayude J<o:p></o:p>