Correction suggestion

MichaelC1Kwiziq community member

Correction suggestion

I belive the "i.e" in the first sentence below (and anywhere else you use it) should have two periods, as in "i.e.". It is also customary to italicize it since it is refering to a Latin phrase.


"All yo-go verbs in Spanish, i.e verbs where the yo form ends in -go in El Presente, take that same stem to form El Presente de Subjuntivo and keep it all the way through the conjugation. However, the El Presente de Subjuntivo endings are the same as regular -er and -ir verbs endings."

Asked 3 years ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola Michael

We'll fix the typo regarding the dots. Thanks for letting us know.

With reference to italicizing it, I checked with our English Team and they believe there is no need to do this. 

Gracias y saludos

Inma

Correction suggestion

I belive the "i.e" in the first sentence below (and anywhere else you use it) should have two periods, as in "i.e.". It is also customary to italicize it since it is refering to a Latin phrase.


"All yo-go verbs in Spanish, i.e verbs where the yo form ends in -go in El Presente, take that same stem to form El Presente de Subjuntivo and keep it all the way through the conjugation. However, the El Presente de Subjuntivo endings are the same as regular -er and -ir verbs endings."

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