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“Pantalones" is plural in Spanish, and "uno" is singular. So we are essentially saying "a pair of pants" in Spanish by pluralizing uno in "unos pantalones." If I’m not mistaken this can also be used as “some” or “a few”. For example, unos días would be a few days. Also when used with a masculine noun, uno becomes un. For instance, un hombre not uno hombre. I’m posting this here just to clarify my understanding and in case it’s useful to other learners.
In the quiz, the sentence was "When I go to Spain, I always go to the beach". - "___________ voy a Espana, siempre voy a la playa"
The answer is "Cuando" without an accent. In the lesson, it says that cuando without an accent is a relative adverb which introduces a depennt clause. In the above example, what is the dependent clause that "cuando" is introducing? I am not a gramarian, but it seems like both of the above clauses are independent. That may be incorrect, but could you please explain?
Cümlenin başında unos amigos diyor.un amigo olması gerekmiyor mu? Yani bir arkadaşımın evinde
I put 'en mitad de' and was marked wrong. According to your lesson on that topic they are sinónimos.
¿Qué diferencia entre arreglar y reparar?
"Mi amiga Lucía estaba perdida en un desértico" Can we use perderse here and say " Mi amiga Lucía se perdía en un desértico" ?
Namely, adding a 'dr' to the stem before the regular endings.
I will leave ... Saldré
I will put ... Pondré
Is there a rule? Only for -er and -ir verbs?
I was very dedicated and enthusiastic about learning Spanish until I hit a wall at A2. I still listen to my favorite Spanish songs and recite some of the basic verbs and their conjugations but it's definitely been several months since I even logged in to Kwiziq so it feels like I'm starting all over again. Any suggestions on how and where to start again?
Usage differences between ser y estar
Me ___ viajar gustan gusta gustamos gusto