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¿Alguién me puede decir cuando se utiliza me, te, y se con el verbo "nacer'" Lo he visto de ambas formas, y he oído también que alguién corrijió a otro por decir "me nací," diciendo que debía decir "nací" nada más.

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updated FEB 8, 2009
posted by Contarconmigo

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The pronominal forms of this verb (the ones with "se") are very unusual: one of them being only about plants ("Las semillas se nacen en primavera") growing stems. The other 99.9% of the time, it is an intransitive verb, and does not require (or accept) any reflexive pronoun.

Las personas se nacen.
El pelo se nace.
Se Ha nacido para músico.

updated FEB 8, 2009
posted by lazarus1907
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This site gives the following (reflexive) definition: To be propagated by nature, not sown, as grass.

updated FEB 8, 2009
posted by LadyDi
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