Don Quijote knows that we have many doubts about the use of the Spanish language and he believes that it can help you preparing exercises for you, since just as when proprietor Dolorida came to ask him to help her to return for the reputation of his daughter, Quijote said to him:
"... The remedy of the troubles, the help of the needs, the cover of the maidens, the consolation of the widows in no persons luck is better than in the knights errant; and of it I am, I give infinite thanks to the sky, and I give very well used any outrage and work that in this honorable exercise could happen to me."
So it has prepared exercises for you so that you practise the learned.
Still, if you have some doubt communicate you with us and do not forget the advice that Don Quijote gave to his squire Sancho:
"Know you Sancho who is not a man any more than other, if it feeds only other; all these storms that happen to us are signs of that ready has to calm the time, and, us the things have to happen well, because it is not possible that either the evil or the good are durable; and from here one continues that having lasted very much the evil, the good is already close."
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