I can't translate field-specific technical jargon.
I have taught Spanish for 23 years and have taken multiple trips to Mexico and Venezuela, including Studying several summers in Venezuela.
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|Warren||08/21/14||10||10||10||Quick helpful response.|
|Lisa||11/19/13||10||10||10||Quick response, great explanation !|
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|Natasha||09/05/13||9||10||10||Thank you, helped a lot!|
The passive voice in Spanish is formed by adding "se" before the verb (in any tense). In doing so the subject of the action is now what was the object. In other words, the subject is not a person, but
El Vaticano (Vatican) tiene una población de sólo setecientos setenta personas y es el estado independiente "más peque" (pequeño) del mundo." *incorrect* Try replacing "más peque" with "más pequeño"
His sympathies with the Nazi regime, he joined the party in 1935, earning inclusion in the Gottbegnadeten-List (List of Insiders) compiled by Joseph Goebbels. He also attended the wedding of Hermann Goering
If you know the present tense of the verb you are using, just take off the "o" and replace it with the opposite vowel. (-a for -er -ir verbs or -e for -ar verbs)Then add the object pronoun(s) to the end
Hi, Katherine. I have a translated version here that should help. I used bing translator at this address: http://www.bing.com/translator/?ref=IE8Activity Translators have improved over the years, so I