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Hello, in cases where cuál means what, is there a difference between cuál and lo que ?
In your response (at the bottom of this thread) you mention: "that is seen later on for irregular adjectives." I did a search for "irregular adjectives" but did not find one on this particular topic. Can you refer me to the lesson you had in mind in your answer?
My understanding was that the accent falls on the penultimate syllable unless another syllable is accented. Given that where does the accent fall on “peinar”? Is it not split into pe in ar?
I was wondering if there is a mistake here in calling these "interrogative pronouns" searches come up as these being "adverbs". Is there something I'm missing?
My earlier question (earlier in this thread) was answered for the most part, thank you, but not all of it was answered, it was a long question!
So here is what I still would like to know:
2-1) for example I don't understand why I am not logged in anymore when I click on my name in the
Q&A section in Lawless to get a list of my questions and I'm suddenly in Kwiziq.
3) How do I find this article below, that is at https://www.lawlessspanish.com/grammar/prepositions/personal-a/
A new question:
Are all the exercices/lessons the same on these sites: Lawless/ Progress with Lawless/Kwizik? and if I do an exercise or quiz in one of the above, will it count on my Dashboard and the Leaderboard here?
Thank you for your attention.
How will be equivocar for el/ella ?
Re: ¡Vamos a ver ________ en directo este verano!
We're going to see the Rolling Stones live this summer!
I was wondering why the name of the "group" requires a personal A here when in one of the examples above it doesn;t:
¿Vais a visitar La Sagrada Familia este sábado?
Are you going to visit La Sagrada Familia this Saturday?
Both are people, so what am I missing here?