Couldn´t sueter be a suitable option for jersey?
Also, what is the principal for "de" after parar or dejar in the last sentence, "no parará de reír. " or is this something to memorize.
Freeform Writing Exercise B1
"suéter" has been added to the possible correct answers.
As for "dejar de / parar de + infinitive": this is the most common way to say "to stop doing something" - in English it's used with a present participle "doing .." but in Spanish it's always used with the preposition "de + infinitive", a different structure. Here is a lesson on the use of dejar de + infinitive.
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