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I checked to make sure it wasn't a word I didn't know in English ;)
Explain formal and informal
"I am a Gemini" would be a better English translation for this exercise. I use standard American English. :)
When is "de la mañana" used?
I understand the use of the subjunctive after 'querer que' but why is this case is 'you' translates as you all (vosotros) and not you singular form? I makes sense if the statement was 'I want you all to back at my side '....
This distinction also appears in the lesson.
What are verbs “like gustar”?Wouldn’t that include other verbs expressing feelings about something, like “fascinated”?So “a mi tambien” would be right?
What is the difference between á and à? I've been studying Spanish for a few months in America and this the first time I have seen à. "Yo vivo en el barrio Gràcia" was on my studyplan.
The sentence ending
y conseguirá el mejor colegio para a tus hijos.
Do we have to use the personal a after prepositions? I have never seen this before.