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Old August 28, 2017, 11:34 PM
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Surround Yourself with Friends You Can Count On

I’m unsure how to say: “Surround yourself with friends you can count on.”
Are any of these correct?

Rodéate de amigos con quienes puedes contar.
Rodéate de amigos con quienes puedas contar.

Rodéate de amigos con los que puedes contar.
Rodéate de amigos con los que puedas contar.


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Old August 29, 2017, 06:46 AM
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All four are right and have the same meaning.

Those using subjunctive fall into the category of "advice and recommendations"; those using Spanish indicative fall into the category of "commands, instructions and vehement pieces of advice".
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