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why is que used here?

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Dicen que es muy divertidad.

Gracias!

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updated AGO 20, 2008
posted by bellepepper

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Cherry said:

Que is a relative pronoun meaning "that" when it comes in the middle of a sentence. They say that it is fun.


"That" in e.g. "That is fun." is a relative pronoun.
However, in "They say that ..." it's a subordinating conjunction introducing indirect speech.

updated AGO 20, 2008
posted by samdie
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Yes, I'm pretty sure you need the "que", just as in English:
They say is fun X
They say that it is fun Correct

updated DIC 17, 2007
posted by manutd
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I would say, "Dicen que es muy divertido."

updated DIC 17, 2007
posted by Cherry
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Could i just say: dicen es muy divertidad.

updated DIC 16, 2007
posted by bellepepper
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Que is a relative pronoun meaning "that" when it comes in the middle of a sentence.
They say that it is fun.

updated DIC 16, 2007
posted by Cherry
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