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As stated on a previous post, our English-Spanish course is still in the making. This means we will continue adding lexical units in small batches (the latests one was last week) until we complete the module (5000 units), probably by the beginning of 2018.

¡Feliz aprendizaje!

posted in The Russian Studio / Русская студия

Don't want to see a good thread fall into abyss!

Here's a perfect song for beginners in Russian, with an awesome retro footage of Moscow 1980 Olympics.
It only has 4 lines:

Мы обязательно встретимся, слышишь меня, прости.
Там, куда я ухожу - весна.
Я знаю, ты сможешь меня найти,
Не оставайся одна.

Dolphin (or Del'fin in Russian) wrote this song in cooperation with another musician, now late Alexander "Mewark" Petrunin. The former created the lyrics and the latter - the melody.

Fans argue about the meaning of these 4 lines. The video illustration may suggest that it is "an epos about an ageing human soul", a collection of memories that will never come back alive, the feeling of wrinkles in the corners of one's eyes. Like anything in art, the final interpretation is with the listeners.

Итак, "The Spring" by Del'fin:

Мы обязательно встретимся, слышишь меня, прости.
Там, куда я ухожу - весна.
Я знаю, ты сможешь меня найти,
Не оставайся одна.

We will definitely meet again, do you hear me, I am sorry.
There, where I am going to, is spring.
I know you will be able to find me.
Do not remain alone.

posted in The English Studio

This is what I mean by typing it out:

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posted in The Spanish Studio/El estudio español

Hello again!

Regarding your question, the prepositional phrase a los alumnos is the indirect object in this sentence because it corresponds to the 'beneficiary' or 'injured' by the action of the subject (las maestras). The direct object is the subordinate sentence que entreguen su tarea a tiempo.

We can see this clearly if we replace both objects by their corresponding pronouns: "Ellas les (IO) piden (a ellos) (IO, double dative) eso/ello (DO)" --> "Ellas se (IO) lo (DO) piden".

For further information on the proper use of direct and indirect object pronouns in Spanish, please check the following link:

¡Feliz aprendizaje!

posted in The Spanish Studio/El estudio español

Hi there!

Thanks for sharing your questions with the Lingvist community!

The linguistic phenomenon you have mentioned is called "double dative" and is a common one in Spanish:

  • Repetition of the indirect object pronoun is necessary unless a previous reference has been established: "Le daré los regalos a mi mejor amigo la semana que viene."
    "¡Dale el juguete a tu hermana!

  • Using the indirect object pronoun is mandatory for the 3rd person, unless the indirect object is a proper name: "Le entregué los deberes al profesor." --> "Entregué los deberes a la señora Rosa."

However, I understand the example may seem a bit confusing, so I will modify it and add a short grammar note to it.

¡Feliz aprendizaje! 😊

posted in News | Updates | Love

Hi there!

Thank you very much for reporting that error! (What was I thinking of!? 😂).

I will correct it asap!

Feliz aprendizaje!

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Hi there!

Thanks for letting us know! The reported account has been dealt with.

Happy learning!

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