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This seems to translate as "in order to read it [to myself]." Is there a reason why both direct and indirect objects are used, and the direct object is not sufficient - i.e. leerlo??
Would it be fair to say that in a negative situation you would not use gran?
So, it would not be un gran atasco, but un atasco grande? (a big traffic jam)
I have read the answer given to Ralph. At the very least this is a VERY bad example to give in a lesson. The answer demonstrates that either tense could be used depending on the message the writer wishes to convey.
Hi- I thought pronouns had to come before conjugated verbs. For example, I would think "Explain it to him well" would be translated either "Se lo explica bien" or, if a command, "Explicáselo bien". However, in the quiz for this section, the correct answer is verb se lo bien. Can the pronouns be placed after but seperate from the verb?
In the article on masculine gender the example given is "Tiene dos hijos, Laura y Antonio." The translation is They have two children... " I thought it the verb should be "Tienen" since there are two people being referred to. Is the example correct and, if so, can you provide an explanation?
On the quiz, the question was: Es ________ hora; ven más tarde.
My answer was “una mala” and it was marked wrong. It was supposed to be just “mala”.
Could please explain why “una mala” is incorrect? It didn’t mention anything in the text about not using the article. Thanks.
Could you please provide a list with the most common ones at the end of the lesson?
when do you include "Y" between parts of a number? One speaker uses it and the other does not. Vente seis anos vs. cinquenta y siete anos
how do I go to the next lesson? After I take my test and check my results I do not see anything except return to the lesson. In the lesson I do not see any way to go to another lesson?