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    I need help with these. I know a little bit.. May you please help me finish? I just need regular Spanish spoken in the USA..


    Escribe en español: He never goes. I know never means "nunca"

    Escribe en español: He sees someone. "alguien" is someone

    Escribe en español: He doesn't see anyone. I have no clue what anyone means..

    Escribe en español: There is nothing on the table. nothing is "nada"

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    Quote Originally Posted by BNG
    I need help with these. I know a little bit.. May you please help me finish? I just need regular Spanish spoken in the USA..


    Escribe en español: He never goes. I know never means "nunca"

    Escribe en español: He sees someone. "alguien" is someone

    Escribe en español: He doesn't see anyone. I have no clue what anyone means..

    Escribe en español: There is nothing on the table. nothing is "nada"
    anyone means someone, anybody, somebody

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    ¡Hola BNG! / Hi BNG!

    Esto parece tarea escolar, así que te voy a ayudar un poco, pero tienes que resolverlo tu solo para aprender. / This seems like school homework, so I will help you little, but you have to figure it out by your own to learn.

    Escribe en español: He never goes. I know never means "nunca"
    Es correcto. He es el pronombre y goes el verbo conjugado. / That's correct. He is the pronoun and goes the conjugated verb.

    Escribe en español: He sees someone. "alguien" is someone
    Es correcto. He es de nuevo el pronombre y sees el verbo conjugado. / That's correct. He is the pronoum again and sees the conjugated verb.

    Escribe en español: He doesn't see anyone. I have no clue what anyone means..
    Cuchito-Cuchito told:
    anyone means someone, anybody, somebody
    Es correcto. He es nuevamente el pronombre, doesn't es el verbo auxiliar conjugado y see es el verbo. / That's correct. He is anew the pronoun, doesn't is the auxiliar verb conjugated and see is the verb.

    Escribe en español: There is nothing on the table. nothing is "nada"
    Es correcto. There es el adverbio, is es el verbo conjugado, table es el objeto directo. / That's correct. There is the adverb, "is" is the conjugated verb, table is the direct object.

    Espero que pueda servirte de ayuda. / Hope this could be of help.

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