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Lección 44 - El Infinitivo Después de los Verbos "Ver" y "Oír" / Verbos Terminados en CER y CIR / Uso de la Preposición "a"

publication date: Sep 30, 2011
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    Alumno: Ayer Vd. nos habló de muchos verbos que tienen cambios ortográficos, y quiero preguntarle si esos son los únicos cambios en todos los verbos.

    Maestra: No, amigo mío, hay otros cambios más; pero no los explicaré ahora, quizá el año próximo. Estoy seguro que todavía no están muy bien entendidos los cambios que expliqué ayer.

     



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