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se le ha perdido VS. ha perdido

nad2000

nad2000

¿Es correcto en lugar de "*se le ha perdido*" decir mas corto "*ha pedido*"? en las situaciones como, por ejemplo: *A ella se le han perdido las llaves.* _VS._ *Ella ha pedido las llaves.* *A él se le ha perdido su dinero suelto.* _VS._ *Él ha perdido su dinero suelto.* Gracias.
rodneyp

rodneyp

I was a bit curious about this myself, so I posted a thread in WordReference. At first glance it seems you're correct, but take a look at this thread __http://forum.wordreference.com/showthread.php?p=7394803__ to see if anyone has added anything different.
Mauricio

Mauricio

Hi, The way I myself see it, is that you can use either or, but the "Se le han..." emphasizes the fact that they are lost, where "ha ..." simply states that they are lost. In conversational terms they are both much and the same... Hasta luego.... Mauricio.

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