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Impersonal, single vs. plural


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Old June 28, 2021, 11:43 AM
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"se ve que ha llovido"

The previous translations are good. Here are a couple more options:

It is clear that it has rained.
You can see that it has rained.
It's apparent that it has rained.
You can clearly see that it has rained.
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each other, impersonal se, passive se


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