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So the difference between cuál/cuáles and el cual/la cual/los cuales/las cuales is that cuál and cuáles are not preceded by articles and will only be used in questions, whereas el cual/la cual/los cuales/las cuales are preceded by articles and will not be used in questions?
Just wanted to ask if it would be possible to cover 'aguantar' at some point when you have time? It's a word that I often remember hearing as a young child. I think it'd be a good word to cover as it seems that it's often used in Spanish.
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I've done two A1 lessons so far, and there are only two questions at the end of each lesson. I got all four questions correct, and the confidence meters are at 35%.
But I don't feel confident at all - I feel like I want to do about thirty more questions on the topic before moving on, and to be able to return to the topic a day or two later and be given 30 different questions.
When I click on the 'Quiz now' button in the lessons, it starts giving me questions on all the topics that the AI has chosen for me, but that I haven't looked at yet. But I don't feel that going through all those lessons and only answering two questions each is going to prepare me for the 'big quiz'.
So, how do you get more practise at the content of each lesson? I think I am misunderstanding how to use this website?
In the example given:
"¿Tienes algún problema? No, pero gracias por preguntar."
Why is it not "algúnas" to match the gender of problema?
I was just marked wrong when I answered a test question with 'hemos sido'. I was told that the correct answer was 'hemos sidos.' There is no sidos in the conjugation that I can find. What is this?
I came across the below question in the quiz on this lesson. Am I missing the part where “and she is affected by it” becomes important?
Choose the correct sentence expressing: "Her baby doesn't eat any fruit and she is affected by it."
Su bebé no le come nada de fruta.
Other choices:Por ella el bebé no come nada de fruta.Para ella no come su bebé nada de fruta.El bebé no come nada de fruta.
Luis y yo no hemos roto ________ nos hemos dado un tiempo para pensar.
Luis and I haven't broken up but we gave each other some time to think.
I don't understand why this sentence doesn't use pero. Doesn't it make a contrast or limitation to the idea expressed in the previous clause?
please, help to understand why when I am using formal question
tiene un boligrafo is correct but
tiene usted un boligrafo marked as incorrect