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Old October 15, 2009, 04:45 PM
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Pronombres al fin de la oración

Hola, ¿cuándo se debe usar los pronombres así?

He oído ..

¿qué va a comer usted?
¿Vas a salir ?

¿Es que el pronombre allí da énfasis?

¿Vas a salir? Are you going to leave?
¿Vas a salir ? Your going to leave too!?
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