Todos takes 1st person plural

Mags

Kwiziq community member

15 October 2017

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Todos takes 1st person plural

I expected the verb to be in the 3rd person plural because of Todos. But I suppose when the meaning is we, it must be the 1st pers. pl.

This relates to:
Conjugate sentir in El Presente (present tense) -

Gruff

Kwiziq language super star

16 October 2017

16/10/17

Hi Mags - ah, that question was probably a little on the difficult side for A1 so I've taken it out, for now. As you've realised, 'todos' (everybody) can mean either 'we' or 'they' depending on context and will conjugate accordingly. We'll make a lesson specifically to explain and practise this.

Gruff

Kwiziq language super star

16 October 2017

16/10/17

In fact, 'todos' can also be used with the vosotros form too (and todas with vosotras).

Mags

Kwiziq community member

16 October 2017

16/10/17

¬°Gracias!

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