Se impersonal - Se prohíbe fumar Se pasivo To express an...

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Se impersonal To express an action without regard to who or what performs it, Spanish uses se+verb. If no subject is expressed the third person singular of the verb is used. This is called the impersonal se. This form is often used in signs or advertisements Se vende, for sale Se habla, Spanish is spoken Se prohibe, No parking
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Unformatted text preview: Se prohíbe fumar Se pasivo To express an action without regard to who or what performs it, Spanish uses se+verb preceeded or followed by a subject in the third person singular or plural. This is called the passive se. Se necesita imaginación , Imagination is needed Anteanoche se vieron dos omnis, Two ufo were seen two nights ago...
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course SPA 1061 taught by Professor Trigo during the Spring '08 term at Saint Joseph's University.

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