Why does one sentence use con terminación en., And the next sentence use que acaban en for the same English construction?
Freeform Writing Exercise A1
They are two ways to say the same "[with] ending in -o/-a":
con terminación en o
con terminación en a
this is literally "with ending in o/ in a"
que acaban en o
que acaban en a
this is literally "that end in o / in a"
so we're using a different translation but they mean the same.
I hope it clarified it.
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