anonymous
  • anonymous
Which expression is used to talk about what you have just done? A. venir de B. hacer la tarea C. hacer un viaje D. acabar de
MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Whenever we wanna talk about something that was JUST done, we use "acabar de." This can be done in three easy steps: 1. Conjugate ACACBAR into the correct form. 2. Put in "de." 3. Put in an infinitive (UNconjugated) verb. For example: "Yo acabo de comer." -- I just ate. "TĂș acabas de comer." -- You just ate. Easy enough?
anonymous
  • anonymous
D is the correct acabar de means to have finished or completed something

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