Is it possible to omit "Las" or use "unas" instead? Thank you.
Freeform Writing Exercise A1
I checked this exercise and there was a typo. We shouldn't have used the article "una" with tortilla. You can use it in English but not in Spanish in that sentence. The right way is:
You can also omit the articles in Spanish, saying:
Using "una" and "unas" would be correct grammatically but we don't normally use them when we are talking about preferences in general.
That has already been corrected in the exercise.
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