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Old November 07, 2008, 09:25 AM
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She took herself to the doctor.
Ella se tomó al médico?
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She took herself to the doctor.
Ella se tomó al médico?
Ella fué al doctor.

Ella se llevó sola al doctor.

I personally prefer the second sentence.....
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Old November 07, 2008, 10:26 AM
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Yes, I agree with you, the second phrase is better.
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wow I just learned tomar in Spanish class today!
tomar means to take.
¿Cómo te sientes? ¿Está mejor tu oído?
No, ahora está peor. Creo que debo tomar algo.

But I don't think it would work in this sentence.
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Ella se fue solita al médico.
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couldn't find solita in dictionary

does it mean alone?
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Yes it mean alone.
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ya solita means alone
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does it mean alone?
solita/solito is the diminutive of sola/solo meaning alone or by yourself.
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