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I have a couple of questions:
How to determine when to use en/el or no article in sentences like Me gusta ir a la playa en verano
From the exercise:
I like going to the beach in summer
Kwizbot Me gusta ir a la playa en verano
You Me gusta ir a la playa el verano
In writing the adjective for this next section, it made me realize that I need info on forming adjectives and wondered if you have any lessons on forming adjectives:
For example, from the test:
Re: is very relaxing
You es muy relajado
Is "Le" at the beginning necessary or do I need it only for emphasis?
Yesterday in a store I said to the owner "tiene todo." I was trying to say "you have everything."
He replied (I think) "tengo de todo." I wasn't sure if he was correcting me or not.
Did I get my question right? What was he saying?
Thanks so much, Tony
Can I say menos tiempo instead of menos? Can I also say se tarda mucho menos tiempo (it takes much less time)?
Why is le used? Isn't the same pronoun used as in conocer (lo)?
I would like to ask how they are related and if one can be used instead of the other one
Hola! Sorry, not a question - but I just wanted to say I noticed a typo at the top, in the first sentence right after the first chart. It says "nosostros" instead of "nosotros". Thanks, I wasn't sure where to put this comment!
Are the three connectives synonymous or is there a slight difference in their meaning?
Could I say... Después de vivir en Madrid por diez años yo me he vuelto Español.