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Por lo general, cuando la maestra sale del aula, Charlie Price, el payaso de la clase, hace de las suyas. Pero ahora el aula entera aguarda en silencio. Tomasito no ha regresado a la escuela desde entonces. Carla asiente. Empacamos el bulto de Carla con todas sus pertenencias. Las sigo, temerosa de echarme a llorar si alguien me mira a los ojos.
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Me ofrece su mano y la tomo. Throughout the book, Anita watches her mother to judge the situation in the compound. Her mother often changes her approach to Anita—sometimes treating her as an adult, sometimes as a child. How does Anita react, and how do you think she would like to be treated?
Do you feel she is old enough to be hearing the truth, or should her mother shelter her more? The family lives in a compound and is extremely close. What role does the family, immediate and extended, play in this book? Does Anita realize that not everyone has the relationship her family experiences?
Camila Reimers transl. by Lisa Carter
Anita is at a stage of her life where questioning authority becomes a common occurrence. In this book, there are several different authority figures that are forcing her to behave in certain ways, such as the government, the opposition army, and her family.
How does she deal with this authority? How does she get around some of the rules? Anita and her sister have a typical relationship that most readers can understand. Does this attitude toward each other represent a determination to keep a certain level of normalcy in a very frightening and often dangerous situation?
How did hearing these conversations affect Anita? Do you feel she was better off knowing the truth, or did the whole situation make her grow up faster than necessary? After the compound becomes unsafe for Anita and her family, Anita and her mother secretly move to a safe house location and live in a closet.
Compare this experience to historical events that caused people to go into hiding, to be detained because of their beliefs or nationalities, and to be threatened with death. Is there any particular person that she reminds you of? Anita befriends an American boy, Sam. At her tender age of 12, she is divided between her child-like view of the world and her adult emotions. People like her are usually honest and not prone to telling lies or cheating.
Gato por liebre. In that sense it's similar to the English expression "to pull someone's leg. I don't hear any tango. For example:. Let's analyze this construction for a moment. It's not that Spanish lacks more orthodox options to express continuous actions. Here is another example with a slightly different construction but the same principle:. There are, however, other alternatives.
The following example is self-explanatory. Another expression. In our new video about Otavalo, a city in Ecuador, Natalia says:.
Nice, don't you think? To wrap it up Try not to use if too often, if possible. There are, anyway, more productive ways to use this word. Where would my neighborhood be? You can combine the imperative which is only conjugated in the present tense with two different tenses of the subjunctive. Here are two examples remember we're using bold for the subjunctive and underline for the other moods :.
But going back to the subjunctive, let's analyze the meaning of the expression in the last example. We say this because you know how context changes everything.
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This is not exactly an easy tense, right? For example, you can just use the simple past indicative. It's much less Part 3 of this series will tackle the use of the conditional paired with subjunctive. Here's an example:. Aldo, does it bother you? No, en absoluto. No, absolutely not. Any other instruction for the trip? If you want to use this word in short negative answers, you just need to add a negative word directly after it, or before it followed by a comma.
Here are some examples:. Is anything hurting you? Someone came to the party? Are you hungry? You're turning your back on me too? No, no, no. Here is an interesting example:.
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Did you like the movie? Were you happy in your first marriage? Pretty straightforward, right? On the other hand, Spanish also allows for a different but less common option. Here's a similar example from our catalog:.
In Spanish you can also use this expression as a sort of short negative answer. Does it bother you that I have done it without consulting you? Mejor no me cuentes nada. On second thought, don't tell me anything. Can you imagine a context in which you could use it? Here's one:. So you are in love with Sofia. The use of reflexive verbs in Spanish can be very challenging to English speakers.
In other words, when the subject is acting on itself. Of course, English also uses reflexive verbs. However, while English makes use of expressions like "to himself," "to herself," etc. Let's compare the use of reflexive verbs in English and Spanish in the following examples:. One of the most challenging aspects of the use of reflexive verbs in Spanish is the different ways in which reflexive pronouns and verbs are combined.