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I have taken the quiz and answered the questions correctly, but the results do not show, and I am not allowed to take it again. What now?
For the sentence below I would say "Whoever""Who/Which person studies a lot gets good results."
Or "He/she who ..."
I would be happy to do that, but I am not allowed to do so.
I thought that "Méjico" was regarded as offensive pronunciation of "México." Isn't that true, or can I use either one of them without being regarded as a vulgar person?
It seems like all previously accented words, such as lámpara, pájaro drop the accent, so that pronunciation is on the penultimate syllable - pajarito, lamparita?
Is that the case and are there any exceptions?
This article talks about using El Presente to express general facts, simple enough...
... however my qualm is with the use of Ser vs Estar. My understanding was that ser would be used to generally describe things which don’t change over a prolonged period of time, eg. Relationships, jobs, generally accepted facts etc.
Therefore I was terribly confused when the correct response to one of your questions was:
“Francia está en Europa”.
Whereas the example on this page states:
“Roma es la capital de Italia.”
Both of these seem like general facts with a geographical theme... where do I draw the line?
Apologies for the essay! Haha
I used 'murieron' instead on 'murió' and was marked wrong. So, I assume that 'ejército' is always considered singular in spanish?
My score for this quiz was 67% before I began this quiz. After having answered the two questions correctly, my score remained at 67%. Do you know why there was no change?