Pronouns alternate means of assessing

Pinky BhupinderA1Kwiziq community member

Pronouns alternate means of assessing

Please note,  when I eliminate the pronoun to the verb   ie  yo  tiene     -   tiene, it is marked incorrectly;

also   when  the object is relating to a profession ,ie,:  Yo soy una cantera    it's marked incorrectly and sometime it is the opposite.  

Is there any reasons as to why this is the case.   



Asked 4 days ago
MarshaC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

1] It is yo tengo not tiene

2] when saying your profession you do not use the indefinite article [un/una] you just say soy profesora/camarero etc.

You may want to go through the following lessons - 

Conjugate tener in El Presente [A1]

Don't use un, una when giving people's professions (zero article) [A0]

InmaKwiziq team member

Hola Pinky

In case of professions, as Marsha very correctly pointed out, we don't use the article (un/una). 

Re: dropping pronouns as in yo tengo (=tengo) the system should give you that one as correct too. If you tell me where you got it wrong I can check for you.

Saludos

Inma

Pronouns alternate means of assessing

Please note,  when I eliminate the pronoun to the verb   ie  yo  tiene     -   tiene, it is marked incorrectly;

also   when  the object is relating to a profession ,ie,:  Yo soy una cantera    it's marked incorrectly and sometime it is the opposite.  

Is there any reasons as to why this is the case.   



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