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On Ainhoa’s question

February 15, 2013

Sorry! I almost forgot: Ainhoa asked about the difference between “complex” and “complicated.” The feeling is that “complicated” is something complex that makes you feel it might not be “solved” or it might not turn out well. “Complex” is like a scientific term: it just indicates something is not simple.

That’s why a Facebook option in relationships is: Complicated.

If we lived in the world I’d construct, it would be “Wonderfully complex!” 🙂

Back to language issues, the best option is always to gather sentences where native speaker use it. In this way, you develop a deeper and more intuitive understanding plus you get some extra practice that will help stop translating from Spanish and learn from language by natives! ♥

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