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the word ''saw'' is the past of see, and a thing ? on portuguese is a thing ''serra'' and the past of see is ''vi'', on spanish is a thing ''sierra'' and the past of see is ''vi''.
May 26, 2013 4:05 PM
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It's a thing when we treat it like a thing. For example, we use an article or determiner (a, the, my, etc) or we put it where a subject or object should be. When it's a verb, it comes after the subject. There's usually a time-marker as well somewhere. So basically, we know the difference by how we use it in a sentence.
May 26, 2013
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