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Old March 10, 2019, 03:29 AM
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It is Easier for You........

I said the following sentence in Spanish and then afterwards questioned if it was correct and/or even understood. Is the following a viable way of saying:

It's easier for you to tell me in Spanish than it is for me to try to tell you in English.

Es más fácil para ti que me lo digas en español que para mí intentar a decírtelo en inglés.

Is my use of the subjunctive correct or should I have used infinitive forms for all the verbs?

If the subjunctive is correct, should I have used the subjunctive throughout the sentence or is the way I said it correct and understandable?

As always, any and all input is appreciated.
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