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"Escribir" is a form of "escribir", a transitive verb which is often translated as "to write". "Llueve" is a form of "llover", an impersonal verb which is often translated as "to rain". Learn more about the difference between "escribir" and "llueve" below.
escribir(
ehs
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kree
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beer
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to put in writing)
a. to write
El alumno escribió su ensayo de 20 páginas dentro de una noche.The student wrote his 20-page essay in one night.
Escribe lo que digo.Write what I say.
2. (to compose)
a. to write
Me escribió una canción de amor.He wrote me a love song.
An impersonal verb is a verb with no apparent subject (e.g. Llueve en España.).
3. (to spell)
a. to write
Los nombres propios se escriben con mayúscula.Proper nouns are written with capital letters.
escribirse
A reciprocal verb is a verb that indicates that two or more subjects perform an action on each other (e.g. Ellos se abrazan.).
4. (to correspond)
a. to write to each other
Nos escribimos todos los días.We write to each other every day.
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llover(
yoh
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behr
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An impersonal verb is a verb with no apparent subject (e.g. Llueve en España.).
1. (weather)
a. to rain
Si llueve, vamos a tener que comprar un paraguas.If it rains, we're going to have to buy an umbrella.
An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
2. (to receive a great amount)
a. to rain down on (figurative)
Me llovieron todo tipo de problemas.All sorts of problems rained down on me.
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