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Old April 24, 2009, 08:18 AM
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¿Qué se pensaís?

Hasta ahora he aprendido (mas or menos), el pretérito perfecto, el
pretérito indefinido y el pretérito imperfecto.

Ahora tengo que aprender el pretérito pluscuamperfecto.

Estoy muy confuso.

¿Español es dificil, no?

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Old April 24, 2009, 08:27 AM
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¿Qué se pensaís?

Hasta ahora he aprendido (mas or menos), el pretérito perfecto, el
pretérito indefinido y el pretérito imperfecto.

Ahora tengo que aprender el pretérito pluscuamperfecto.

Estoy muy confuso.

¿Español es dificil, no?

Despreocúpate.
Aprendiste lo mas dificil. El pluscaumperfecto y otros ...perfectos son verdaderamente sensillos. Lo único es que tiene que aprender el irregularísimo verbo haber. Las reglas son indenticales a las reglas del plu-perfect, present perfect, etc en inglés.
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¿Qué se pensaís?

Hasta ahora he aprendido (mas or menos), el pretérito perfecto, el
pretérito indefinido y el pretérito imperfecto.

Ahora tengo que aprender el pretérito pluscuamperfecto.

Estoy muy confuso.

¿Español es dificil, no?

I said the same, The English will be hard to learn? no, I said again, if you wanna learn the Spanish never it will be hard for you although the Spanish has more words and verbs times in it's structure, but if you endeavor much during the time that you get all the knowledge that you need then, you will be able to learn the language.
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