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quiero aprendo espanyol

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is it the correct way of saying i want to learn spanish'

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updated ENE 25, 2009
posted by Kumiko-Mae-Yasuda

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Heidita said:

Eddy said:

You clarified it in your answer by saying "aprendiendo" is a non conjugated form. This is what I was wondering when I said is it a form of conjugation.

As we say over here: ¡Todo se pega!

Y como tú y yo pasamos mucho tiempo juntos...se te han pegado mis múltiples erratas. No dijiste conjugation, dijiste conjunction, different story altogetherwink jeje

If "aprendiendo" is a form of conjunction of aprender then how about "estoy aprendiendo"

I cannot believe I wrote conjunction in my first reply. No wonder Lazarus queried it. My mind is definitely going. I think I will take up French again, hehe

updated ENE 25, 2009
posted by Eddy
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Eddy said:

You clarified it in your answer by saying "aprendiendo" is a non conjugated form. This is what I was wondering when I said is it a form of conjugation.

As we say over here: ¡Todo se pega!

Y como tú y yo pasamos mucho tiempo juntos...se te han pegado mis múltiples erratas. No dijiste conjugation, dijiste conjunction, different story altogetherwink jeje

If "aprendiendo" is a form of conjunction of aprender then how about "estoy aprendiendo"

updated ENE 25, 2009
posted by 00494d19
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oh that makes complete sense. gracias.

Eddy said:

gerardo juan said:

Francisco said:

The correct way is as follows:QUIERO APRENDER ESPAÿOL.

Hola gerado juan

Not really, the correct way is as Lazarus has said, "Quiero aprender español" without capitals as this is considered as shouting.

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updated ENE 25, 2009
posted by Kumiko-Mae-Yasuda
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gracias!!

Francisco said:

The correct way is as follows: QUIERO APRENDER ESPAÿOL.

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updated ENE 25, 2009
posted by Kumiko-Mae-Yasuda
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Quiero aprender español.

updated ENE 25, 2009
posted by Whitney
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lazarus1907 said:

Eddy said:

If "aprendiendo" is a form of conjunction of aprender then how about "estoy aprendiendo"

A form of conjunction? I don't know what you mean by that, Eddy, sorry.In any case, in "estoy aprendiendo" there is no subordinate clause of any kind. "Estar" here is functioning as an auxiliary verb, pretty much like "haber" in "he aprendido". The auxiliary verb provides tense, person, number and aspect information, and the "auxiliated" verb, provides the meaning only, since a non conjugated form, such as "aprendiendo" or "aprendido" cannot express tense, person,... Think of both verbs as a single cooperative unit (a periphrasis).In "Estoy aquí" you are talking about your location, but in "Estoy aprendiendo", you are not saying anything about your location, because "estar" is simply an auxiliary verb.

You clarified it in your answer by saying "aprendiendo" is a non conjugated form. This is what I was wondering when I said is it a form of conjugation.

updated ENE 25, 2009
posted by Eddy
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Eddy said:

If "aprendiendo" is a form of conjunction of aprender then how about "estoy aprendiendo"

A form of conjunction? I don't know what you mean by that, Eddy, sorry.

In any case, in "estoy aprendiendo" there is no subordinate clause of any kind. "Estar" here is functioning as an auxiliary verb, pretty much like "haber" in "he aprendido". The auxiliary verb provides tense, person, number and aspect information, and the "auxiliated" verb, provides the meaning only, since a non conjugated form, such as "aprendiendo" or "aprendido" cannot express tense, person,... Think of both verbs as a single cooperative unit (a periphrasis).

In "Estoy aquí" you are talking about your location, but in "Estoy aprendiendo", you are not saying anything about your location, because "estar" is simply an auxiliary verb.

updated ENE 25, 2009
posted by lazarus1907
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Eric said:

One says : Yo quiero aprender espanol. You don,t conjugate two verbs following one another.

If "aprendiendo" is a form of conjunction of aprender then how about "estoy aprendiendo"

updated ENE 25, 2009
posted by Eddy
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Eric said:

One says : Yo quiero aprender espanol. You don,t conjugate two verbs following one another.

Only conjugate when each verb refers to a different person. Read here:

[url=http://my.spanishdict.com/forum/topic/show'id=1710195%3ATopic%3A1078507]http://my.spanishdict.com/forum/topic/show'id=1710195%3ATopic%3A1078507[/url]

updated ENE 25, 2009
posted by lazarus1907
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One says : Yo quiero aprender espanol. You don,t conjugate two verbs following one another.

updated ENE 25, 2009
posted by eric2
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gerardo juan said:

Francisco said:

The correct way is as follows:QUIERO APRENDER ESPAÿOL.

Hola gerado juan
Not really, the correct way is as Lazarus has said, "Quiero aprender español" without capitals as this is considered as shouting.

updated ENE 25, 2009
posted by Eddy
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quiero aprender espanol
quieres aprender espanol
mi amigo quieres aprender espanol
s rite or wrong

updated ENE 25, 2009
posted by gerardo-juan
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Francisco said:

The correct way is as follows:QUIERO APRENDER ESPAÿOL.

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updated ENE 25, 2009
posted by gerardo-juan
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The correct way is as follows:
QUIERO APRENDER ESPAÿOL.

updated ENE 25, 2009
posted by Francisco
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gracias quentin!

Quentin said:

It was a poor answer. All it did was introduce spelling errors.The last line was just saying that the two lines above it state the same thing.(are equal). The only difference between the two was that one included the subject pronoun and the other did not.

Kumiko Mae Yasuda said:

What does the last line say? And what's the difference between the first two?

gerardo juan said:

yo quiero aprender espanolquiero aprender espanollos dos iguales wat you think

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updated ENE 25, 2009
posted by Kumiko-Mae-Yasuda
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