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ricardo-rich April 3, 2008, 4:05 am
Hola amigos. Tengo una pregunta. En leccion 1.4 level 2 Carmen replies "no me acuerdo" regarding trying to remember the last time she went to the the movies. ¿Porque es no " recuerdo"? Me gusta Rocket Spanish mucho. Muy buenos a todos.
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nohablo April 14, 2008, 4:31 pm
Hola Rich. There are two common verbs in Spanish that mean "to remember": *acordarse* and *recordar*. I think they're often interchangeable, though there are probably times that call for one and not the other. I remember being told that "recordar" is the verb to use when you're talking about something further back in time--sort of like the English word "recollect."
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ricardo-rich April 14, 2008, 10:13 pm
Nohablo,
Muchas gracias por la información.
Ricardo
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