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I am having difficulty understanding when an answer is simply incorrect and you wouldn't say it in Spanish, and when the answer given is not what Kwiz expects to see. For example, I wrote 'Cuando fine la leccion' (I can't find the accent!) and it was marked incorrect. Would it be incorrect to say that in conversation with a Spanish speaker?
The lesson says to use "alguna" to mean "just the odd one" in an AFFIRMATIVE sentence, but in the question with the photographs the sentence is a question, not an affirmative statement . Can alguna be used in this sense in non-affirmative sentences as well?
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Hola…..¿por qué se usa el imperfecto de subjuntivo con una oración que empiece con “No sabía que_________”. No entiendo el “trigger” en este caso.
I reported this as an issue, and perhaps should have brought it up here instead. For one of the quizzes, the answer is
A veces __me olvido de__ que llevamos casados 20 años. (Sometimes I forget that we've been married for 20 years.)
I noticed that the verb *olvidar* is being used intransitively and that, even though the "accidental se" is being used, that olvido is not in the third person. (It's not in the preterite / no accent on the o). I'm having trouble finding an example of this on the lesson page.