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For example, the verb in " Leo el libro " I am reading the book is in the indicative mood. The sentence expresses the speaker's intent , not necessarily reality.
In that "header" or, headline , you will see how that particular author put things together: The question was asked in Seville. Can somebody please explain to me why the word for eat in Spanish is comer so in this guide when saying I eat it would become yo coma yet in the app it is yo como?
Thanks for the link. I "see" how argumentative you are.
You have begun a good journey! The verb refers to the abstract possibility of me watching it, therefore a subjunctive is in order. People are allowed to wear jackets there.
John goes to the store. AND appart for not belonging to this discussion, you are making mistakes, the kind of mistakes that make learners say "pues tiene que estar bien porque me lo dijo un nativo.... Florida-rocks 2. Livandora 2.
Neither Gordy nor Gordon means fat. How will it be presented to you?
Click here to see the comments! The subjunctive is a mood , not a tense.
For both: Then it will take some time before you will come to the point that this becomes relevant for you.