passive form of halagar

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I'm trying to say; She would be flattered if you invited her to.... ella se senteria muy halagada si le invtaste a ...

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updated ABR 30, 2008
posted by William

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James, Gracias

updated ABR 30, 2008
posted by William
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updated ABR 30, 2008
posted by sylvia
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Nice catch, Gustavo. But isn't le used in Spain? Leísmo and all that.

So, if this were for use in Spain, it would be:

Ella se sentiría muy halagada si le invitases a ...

Right'

updated ABR 30, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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Posted mine before I saw yours or I wouldn't have pointed out the obvious spelling mistakes. I think this occurs because we we are given 15 minutes to edit our responses

updated ABR 30, 2008
posted by Eddy
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But the OP was using the tú form (invitaste), so the imperfect subjunctive (required here after the conditional) is either invitaras or, in Spain, invitases.

updated ABR 30, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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I think the passive tense is where the subject under goes the action. Not too sure whether this is a past action or a future action or both. I make it the same as you but with the following spelling corrections.

ella se sent(i)ria muy halagada si le inv(i)tase a ...

updated ABR 30, 2008
posted by Eddy
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Looks good to me, with the minor changes of:

Ella se sentiría muy halagada si le invitaras a ...

(one accent and two spelling changes, and one conjugation change)

updated ABR 30, 2008
posted by 00bacfba