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Old August 10, 2009, 04:14 PM
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Originally Posted by FrannyCakes View Post
Hola ,

I was watching the movie Mar Adentro, and as I labored through the Spanish subtitles, I came across this: "Se te transparenta de falda". I really don't follow the grammar behind this line and I was wondering if anyone could explain it to me.

Specifically "Se" and "te" really threw me off. I know it means something like: your skirt ("falda") is transparent ("transparenta"). But that's as much as I can figure out.

What's the literal translation of this line? And why did they use the pronouns "se" and "te"?

Muchas gracias.
Really I don't know the means of the you're asking us.

But you mustn't believe all the you watch or says in the TV, because sometimes that phrases haven't foundation.


It really doesn't want to says anything important. I mean it doesn't sense.
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