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Mar
15
comment Why is climbing up “monte” but climbing down is “descend” or “descend de”?
@Micromégas I think the mistake was on my side, the place where I got the example from implies what you said "the girl descends the hill while running" or "as she runs"
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accepted Why is climbing up “monte” but climbing down is “descend” or “descend de”?
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comment Why is climbing up “monte” but climbing down is “descend” or “descend de”?
Alright :)! So basically the presence of <<de>> changes the focus on the location or the action. if that makes any sense... Much better now :)!
Mar
14
comment Why is climbing up “monte” but climbing down is “descend” or “descend de”?
I definitely did not understand what @Micromégas said so I will use google translate for that :D! It is something along the lines of I don't like how this is put!
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