El se accidental - Romper , to break Qu le pas a Manuel?...

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Se accidental English uses expressions such as: it slipped my mind , it got late , it took a life of its own and so on, to refer to unintentional or unplanned occurrences. To express the same in Spanish, use this structure: Se+indirect object pronoun+verb in the third person+ subject
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Se accidental Verbos que usan el se accidental: Acabar to finish, to run out of Caer , to fall Dañar , to damage Ocurrir , to occur Olvidar , to forget Perder , to lose, misplace Quedar , to remain, be left over
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Unformatted text preview: Romper , to break Qu le pas a Manuel? Romper Se le rompieron las gafas Qu le pas a Manuel? olvidar Se le olvidaron las llaves Qu le pas a Manuel? Quedar Se le quedaron las llaves en la cerradura Qu le pas a Manuel? Caer Se le cay el vaso de leche Qu le pas a Manuel? Quemar Se le quemaron las tostadas Qu le pas a Maria? Romper Se le rompi el plato Qu le pas a Maria? Estropear Se le estrope el coche...
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El se accidental - Romper , to break Qu le pas a Manuel?...

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