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I think there is a typo on line 4. Should the third person singular conjugation of dar in pretérito indefinido be dio without the accent?
Please provide clearer explanation of rule, 'Don't mix the indefinite adjective algún with the indefinite pronoun alguno. You can never use alguno with a noun!'. Thank you
I have reason to believe that my report of incorrect grading may have been incorrect itself all along. I have been copying and pasting the quizzes before submitting them and have seen that my reading of the questions has not been as conscientious as it could or should have been.
The instructions in the link say:
The choice of tense depends on whether the speaker is "still inside" the "unit of time" that's being used or implied:
Use the present perfect ("he ido") form when talking about the past:
- today, this week, this month, or this year
Use the indefinido ("fui") form when talking about the past:
- yesterday, last week, last month, or last year (or further back)
But then an example on the lesson page has this:
Ellos han visto el amanecer.
They saw the sunrise.
In this sentence, as with many of the quizzes, there is no way to know the context and so we have to follow the instructions as to which tense to use. Part of the fun of the quizzes is not reading the directions.
I think this is the root of the frustration here. Perhaps if more context were provided we could have a chance of answering without the addition direction needed.
Why is it "trae" and not "está trayendo"?
The last exclamation soujnds like: ¡Eh es estupendo! as though there is something before the es.
The very long EEEeees is a little confusing. Is this normal?
The organic learning curve and the intelligent and variable selection of topics in Kwiziq are priceless. Kwiziq enhances my motivation and progress like no other Spanish learning software can do. I have tried many of them and their shortcomings are now so obvious.
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Sin embargo, lo que más me importa es que la empresa de la entrevista sea comprensiva y que me permitan hacerla en otro momento
Why can't you use "Vamos a ir allá el martes por la mañana" ?
Why isn't vegetales accepted for vegetables?