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Panic Button Facts – January 15, 2021 - Correcting earlier inaccurate reports


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And Mostlylost is correct again on the translation of se deben.  Yes, it is often translated into English as either should or must.  But take note it is not the hardcore version of must but much closer to should.  When things in Spanish are absolutely mandatory they generally say tienen que or se los obligan or another version of obligar.

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Sadly this latest "decree"" seems not only to confuse "us" but the local business as well..If Actinver or a restaurant refuses me latter this week I can say/quote 

9 minutes ago, dichosalocura said:

When things in Spanish are absolutely mandatory they generally say tienen que or se los obligan or another version of obligar.

 

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