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Please could you tell me, how would you know which to use here-
‘Yo no he sido’- it wasn’t me
‘Yo no fui’- it wasn’t me
Vas a/para casa de Inés
Wouldn't there be "la" before casa?Then if "a" or "para" is correct why don't we get "no banana" if we used "para"? In this case using "a" instead of "para" is more correct?
I believe this is the use of buscar in the imperative not the subjunctive. I think this is the informal (negative) command form. Many forms are the same, but are not from the same parts of grammar. Subjunctive mood and the imperative mood (commands) are not the same.No select ... buscasbuscáisbuscesbusques dinero en mi bolso porque no hay. (Don't look for money in my handbag because there isn't any.)Conjugate the tú form of "buscar" in El Presente de Subjuntivo
In the A0 lesson "Expressing dates in Spanish" the definite article is used: "El 7 de febrero de 1986", but in this lesson it isn't: "Hoy es 25 de septiembre". Is the definite article only used when the date isn't preceded by "ser"?
I'm beginning to think the tests on this are designed to trip one up, rather than test what has been presented. The progress tests choose the most obscure of grammar points, ones that have no bearing on determining what has been accomplished.