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Old May 03, 2024, 07:21 AM
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"Uno" o no "Una"

Eso es una buena noticia.
Eso es buena noticia.

¿La "una" es opcional, obligatoria o no importa?

Es una pregunta simple, pero es muy confusa para mí.

Como siempre, gracias. Bob
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Es opcional, pero es uso de "una" hace destacar la buena noticia.
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"That is a good idea."
"That's one good idea" Much more emphatic.

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