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Old 2nd March 2009, 09:55 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by Alan Reynolds View Post
'I see you going/leaving and now when I finish [in subjunctive] dressing myself I (will) go.'
I can't 'get' this one at all.
The "tú" form of the imperative of the verbs "ver" and "ir" are the same, but here they are using "ir". The construction <ir + gerund> is used to indicate an action that it is gradually developing or advancing, and here it is used in imperative:

Ve leyéndote eso = Start/go on reading that
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