Hola. Yo tengo una pregunta con el imperfecto de indicativo.

Aquí están los dos oraciones. Cuál es correcto? ...Y por qué?

1. No se aburría nadie.

2. No me aburría nadie.

Gracias por su ayuda.
Hola,

Las dos frases son correctas, pero con distinto significado.

la primera frase "no se aburría nadie" es cuando nadie se aburría. Por ejemplo : Ellos no se aburrían

Y en la segunda frase es cuando "nadie te aburría a tí." por ejemplo : Ellos me aburrían.

No se si te he aclarado algo, pero si tienes alguna duda puedes preguntarme estaré encantanda en ayudarte con el Español.

Saludos

Sunny
They are both correct. Here's what you asked:

Which is correct?

1. Nobody was getting bored.

2. Nobody was boring me.

Jim
Gracias Sol y Blake por su ayuda. El imperfecto de indicativo es un poco defícil a comprender. Lo comprendo así: "I was running...you were running etc. en ingles. El

otro parte es mucho como el preterite. En cada de las oraciones en mi nota, cada verbo es "aburrían", y con los pronombres, yo no supe la respuesta.

GraciasEmotion: smile

Thank you both for your help. I'm relearning the imperfect tense now and was so confused with those two sentences, especially with both verbs spelled the same....and then the pronouns were confusing....I wasn't sure how to translate them. Both pronouns are reflexive though, correct? Usually if it's in print, I'm ok...but the construction of the grammar and getting it correct can be difficult. Thanks again for helping!

Nonna
No, not true that both of those sentences are reflexive.
You only have a reflexive construction when the person of the pronoun (me, te, nos, ...) matches the person of the verb (lavo, lavas, lavamos, ...).

If you wash yourself, if he washes himself, if they wash themselves, it's reflexive: Te lavas. Se lava. Se lavan.
If you wash it, if I wash them, if he washes you, etc., it's not reflexive: Lo lavas. Los lavo. Te lava.

1 Me aburri'an. They were boring me.
2 Me aburri'a. I was boring myself. (This may be thought of as the way you say 'I was getting bored' in Spanish.)
3 Se aburri'an. They were boring themselves. / They were getting bored.

1 is not reflexive. 2 and 3 are.

Jim