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20:28 Dec 11, 2010
Spanish to English translations [PRO] Other / a sentence in a textbook
Spanish term or phrase:grammar question
I have a question about translating this sentence:
But why then do we have Imperative Afirmativo Plural in the first part of the sentence "muestren" (Ustedes)and Presente Subjuntivo Activo Singular(tenga) in the second? Shouldn't it be "Muéstrenme el catálogo más al día que TENGAN or TIENEN"?
I could accept the sentence as originally written if it's "Please show me the most up-to-date catalog that [someone else] has [and "I" haven't established which one that is]." But tenga is probably a typo for tengan in your sentence if you don't have anything in the context to support that interpretation.