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Is there a lesson which develops this theme, and discusses when the definite article is used with the noun in the body of a sentence - and if there are times when this is not the case?
In what context can we use them both? E.g can I say hay/hace una tormenta? Or ... Hay/hace mucho frío?
Is there a lesson that explains how to pronounce when a word ends with a vowel and the following word beginns with a vowel?
Can they be used synonymously? What is the difference in meaning and use between the two?
It seems that no matter how many times I do this exercise
correctly, my score stays at 94.7% and it won't
advance. It is the only lesson left in B1 that I need to complete to get to 100% and it has been a little frustrating. Thank you.
Hello, could esto and aquello suit in these sentences ?
If not, when can I use esto and aquello ? and when musn't I use ello ?
how do we know how to choose between ser and estar? i thought ser was used for permanent things but estar is for not permanent things?is that thought true?if not how do we know which to choose?
I did a search on your site to find out the above, but there were not results.
Do you have a lesson/guidelines on how to form adjectives from country names?
In the quiz there were names of countries and I couldn't tell how to form the plural adjective.
Thank you, Nicole
Any dates yet on when these will be available?