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The word "aparentemente" is misspelled in both the list of words and in the transcript. It is pronounced correctly.
When I tried to take the quiz, the questions were posed in English. Consequently I got zero However, when I looked at the details correct/incorrect responses, these were presented in Spanish.
I believe there is a misspelling in the title. "Differencies" should be "Differences".
Are there other verbs that have a different root for ‘nosotros’ in the present sunbjunctive?
Is querría actually wrong on this case to say "I would like to see the paintings"?
holding down the letter doesn't give me an accent
I love this song! But just so you know there's a bit of English in the last paragraph
I had wondered whether Spanish 'hay' and French 'il y a' were derived the same way - a combination of third person singular from the verb 'to have' ('ha' and 'a') and 'y'.
Is that completely wrong?
In question #1 where it says we are and the continuing form of the verb, I used estar + continuing form of verb and it was wrong. But in question #6, it is the same questions and I used estar + continuing form of the verb and the answer was right. What is the difference?
I was wondering, as this lesson specifically deals with esperar in the meaning of "to hope", what happens if I want to use it as "to wait"? Does it also require El Subjuntivo?