Someone told me recently that I talk in my sleep. I did not know that, and hearing that aroused my curiousity.
“Really? What do I say?”
He didn’t know, so I persisted with other questions.
“What do I sound like? Do I sound angry? Is it loud or soft? Like I’m talking to someone, or what? Are there any words you can understand?”
He told me it didn’t sound like English, but I was muttering something. Not angrily. It wasn’t shouting or moaning. It sounded like words, but he couldn’t make out what I was saying.
The conversation went on, and eventually we came to the conclusion that it sounded like conjugating verbs in Spanish.
Well, that explains why I can still get by in conversational Spanish after only studying a couple years in high school many, many years ago.
So now it’s morning and I’ve been up all night. Time for a nap. . .
Fui, fuiste, fue, fuimos fuisteis, fueron. . .