@PotatoSh Gracias! Y puedo entenderlo bien! :D Sin embargo sonaría mejor dijeras esto:
Both are correct. And regarding the books, read your favorite book in the Spanish version. "Did I write the sentence(s) correctly?" o "Did I write it/them correctly?" o "Are my sentence(s) correct?" suena más natural. 😃❤
Depende del genero que te guste, sin embargo te recomendaría que primero leyeras un libro que ya conozcas bien en ingles, solo buscas la versión en español y ya esta :D Si quieres leer uno nuevo te recomiendo 'Corazón diario de un niño' la trama no da tantas vuelvas por lo tanto es fácil de leer.
That depends on what do you want to express. "Estoy buscando..." means that you're actively looking for books. You can use "busco" whether you're doing it actively or not. Nevertheless, people use both sentences as they're the same.
Just be careful. You must be aware that there's a lot of rhetorical stuff in literature books such as hyperbaton, which can make you mess the actual structure of sentences. You can also confuse the difference between the "pretérito perfecto simple" y el "pretérito perfecto compuesto". A lot of people in other countries make that mistake. They even mixed Spanish rules with English rules related to those verb tenses.
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