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Que inocente y romantico! Mi lo gusta! Yo espero mas!
The following was a post made 11 months ago. It seems the problem is not completely fixed Inma as the same thing has just happened to me.
Uh no. So in one lesson you guys said calor was feminine. Even though in three years of Spanish I've always only seen it as masculine. But in fact it can be either according to the RAE. Now in this lesson I marked it as feminine and you guys say I'm wrong. So you guys need to fix this answer or at least be consistent.Like011 months agoShareInmaKwiziq team member
Yes, that was a mistake on our part and I just fixed it.
If you see something unusual you can send us a message and we will be very happy to sort it out : )
DO YOU LIKE VEGETABLE SOUP? TE GUSTA LA SOPA VERDURAS WHY te gusta why not te gustan por que verduras are plural noun por favor explique.
I think you have put the wrong text in the above,
We are going to go to Carla's
I don't understand why the answer is "ustedes." The speaker seems to be talking to a single child which would suggest singular, familiar and not formal and plural. Help me understand why.8 Esa película no es apta para ________. Solo tienen 10 años.
That film is not appropriate for you. You are only 10 years old.
(HINT: Use the right pronoun after the preposition.)
I had a question on a kwiz that was marked "nearly" or "almost there"
Aquel restaurante, ________ me recomendó Alberto, tiene unos postres exquisitos.That restaurant, that Alberto recommended, has some exquisite desserts.
el cual was "correct"que was "nearly"
In the question and answer just below mine, an answer says that que and el cual are interchangable. Why was this answer not just marked correct? How do we know which one to use to get "correct" answers? Does the "nearly" count against me?
WWhen do you use divertido instead of divertida
In this quiz question, it looks like both the second and third options will be correct. Is this the case? Thanks.
________ las ventanas.Open the windows.(HINT: Choose the formal passive pronominal imperative)ÁbralesÁbraseÁbranseSe abra
Hola. Please help me this, im confused
Te dejé tus llaves. I know it means " I left your keys ", but what's te doing in this sentence?
Does it change the meaning or grammatically wrong if I don't have "te" in this sentence.
Sincerely thank you