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Old February 18, 2010, 10:37 PM
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Mal día ha elegido Emilio Botín

Mal día ha elegido Emilio Botín

Hola, me pregunto por qué no hay una personal A ahí

Mal día ha elegido a Emilio Botín
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Old February 19, 2010, 12:30 AM
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Porque Emilio Botín es el sujeto:

E. B. ha elegido mal día.

Si el sujeto fuera 'el día', sí sería como tú dices.

Ya sabes que el orden de nuestras frases es más flexible que el vuestro (cosa que a mí me complica la vida bastante ).
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Porque Emilio Botín es el sujeto:

E. B. ha elegido mal día.

Si el sujeto fuera 'el día', sí sería como tú dices.

Ya sabes que el orden de nuestras frases es más flexible que el vuestro (cosa que a mí me complica la vida bastante ).
Tuve que darme cuenta de eso ,,, muchas gracias por ayudarme

Emilio Botín has chosen a bad day.
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Quería decir el orden de las palabras dentro de la frase. Que a veces mi cabeza va demasiado rápida para mis dedos.
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Tuve que darme cuenta de eso ,,, muchas gracias por ayudarme

Emilio Botín has chosen a bad day.
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Quería decir el orden de las palabras dentro de la frase. Que a veces mi cabeza va demasiado rápida para mis dedos.
He got it though.
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He got it though.
Yes, I know it.
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