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When should I use the past progressive rather than the imperfect tense
Although I understand this lesson, the quiz question "What is the gender of the word ____" seems to vague. My understanding is that, with living things, the gender of the word is determined by the gender of the person/animal etc it refers to. Therefore, without a pronoun or phrase to clarify, it seems to me the correct answer should be "don't know". Obviously, except in some very rare situations, "both" seems inaccurate. Would it be more "on point" to ask thequestion using a phrase?
Hi guys! Love the site! I've been taught that Meter is to "put into", and Poner "to place" and are supposedly not interchangeable, so why did you use poner to "put the flowers IN the water"? (Always good to know these things! :-) )
Buenos días a todos,
Just to advise you of the small typo in this sentence: Did ‘you’ mum...’ This sentence is used twice in the examples sections.
¿Te dio tu madre el dinero?Did you mum give you the money? (to you)
Happy birthday to you. Why is ti used and not te? I can’t find a lesson on the use of ti instead of te. For instance para ti
Just to confirm - we say: me gusta el chocolate, and we also say me gusta comer chocolate?
We don't say me gusta comer el chocolate?
The definite article is always removed when we have the verb there?