Illa Femina (dewdropsonrosa) wrote in linguaphiles,

¡Hispanohablantes, les necesito!

I'm writing a note to a coworker about a hotel guest refusing housekeeping service tomorrow, and am having some doubts about a subordinate clause.

My first writing was, "para que ellos puedan situarse sin prisa." That didn't seem quite right to me, so I'm debating using "para que ellos se puedan situar sin prisa."

Any thoughts and/or intuitions? Something is ticking to me about the first one not sounding natural.
Tags: spanish
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