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Present Participle of Dar

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¿Dónde están las vacunacións han dado?

Where are the vaccinations being given?

A: Las vacunacións están...

How do I answer this question? Should I just say estan en Nueva York?

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updated NOV 12, 2009
posted by rooky

6 Answers

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¿Cuál barco partió hoy? - that's the way you want to say it.

Buena suerte!

updated NOV 12, 2009
posted by mountaingirl123
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Thanks!

Last question I promise.

Does this make sense, like the word order?

¿Cuál parte el barco hoy?

Which ship left today? It seems weird to me that I would put the verb after the question phrase.

updated NOV 12, 2009
posted by rooky
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What are they for? - para qué son?

Which diseas(es) are they for? - ¿para cuál(es) enfermedad(es) son?

You're welcome! (Why do you need to use "vacunaciones"?)

updated NOV 12, 2009
posted by mountaingirl123
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Thanks.

How do I say what are the vaccinations for?

¿Que son las vacunacións para?

I need to use vacunacion.

updated NOV 12, 2009
posted by rooky
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Well, "dando" is the present participle, but in this sentence the passive "se" sounds better: If you want to use "dar", say "Se darán las vacunas (this is the word for "vaccinations") en Nueva York."

updated NOV 12, 2009
posted by mountaingirl123
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Anyone please?

updated NOV 12, 2009
posted by rooky
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