Personal A can't find the lesson

NicoleB1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Personal A can't find the lesson

Hi, 

I am having difficulty toggling between Kwiziq, Lawless Spanish and this site (Progress...)

When I am in the Kwiziq site, for some reason, I can't log in.  I have also tried what had been suggested to me earlier, to just replace the address with the Lawless one, and was told I'd be in the same place, but when I do that, it brings me to the main Progress with Lawless  "welcome" page, with the "Your Spanish Dashboard". and I've lost the page..

When I find something on the Lawless site and I sign in, I lose the page I was on and cannot find that page in the Progress with Lawless site.  

For example, in Lawless, I found an article on the Personal A, with links at the bottom.  This is the page I was on:

https://www.lawlessspanish.com/grammar/prepositions/personal-a/

Article name:

Personal A

{Excerpt : Although normally prepositions are not used in front of direct objects, in Spanish there is a special preposition called the personal a which precedes direct objects that refer to people, personified nouns, and animals.]

I was trying to find this  article thru a search on this  page I'm writing in, and didn't find this particular article, but  a list (which I included at the bottom of this message.)

Sorry for this being so long and probably confusing, but here are my questions:

1) how can I toggle from one site to the other/ and /or keep the page I'm on once logged in?

2) how can log into Kwiziq - it doesn't recognize me even though I got there via the activity listed here: 

and I enter my log in info but it doesn't recognize it.

2-1) for example I don't understand why I am not logged in anymore when I click on my name in the 

Q&A section in Lawless to get a list of my questions and I'm suddenly in Kwiziq.

3) How do I find this article below, that is at https://www.lawlessspanish.com/grammar/prepositions/personal-a/

but not in here, not that I could find easily anyway.

Thanks for your attention.

Nicole 

Thank you for your help. 

[Personal "a" verbs (Vocabulary builder)

/my-languages/spanish/review/830919 theme

 

Personal "a" verbs (ver, visitar, buscar, conocer)

/my-languages/spanish/view/6870 lesson

 

Using gustar to express personal attraction

/my-languages/spanish/view/6231 lesson

 

If you had come at ten I would have dealt with you personally. = "Si usted hubiera venido a las diez yo le habría atendido personalmente."

/my-languages/spanish/view/7078 example

Your friend, whose advice you followed, is not a trustworthy person. = "Tu amigo, cuyos consejos seguiste, no es una persona de fiar."

 

Asked 4 months ago
LauraKwiziq team member

Hola Nicole,

There are a couple of different issues here.

1. Spanish.kwiziq.com and spanish.kwiziq.com are essentially the same site. Whatever tests and exercises you do in one will show up in your history in both. However, they have separate log ins. So if you're logged into Kwiziq and then go to Progress or vice versa you'll be asked to log in again and be sent to your dashboard. So the best thing to do is stick with one or the other at all times, rather than toggle between them. The content and features are identical, but this way you won't ever have to log in twice.

2. Lawlessspanish.com and spanish.kwiziq.com are separate; the latter is an add-on with additional features to the former, which is my main site. You can only search one at a time - they're not connected in this sense. So to find the personal a lesson you mentioned, you need to search on www.lawlessspanish.com not spanish.kwiziq.com

I hope this helps, please let me know if you have any other questions.

Personal A can't find the lesson

Hi, 

I am having difficulty toggling between Kwiziq, Lawless Spanish and this site (Progress...)

When I am in the Kwiziq site, for some reason, I can't log in.  I have also tried what had been suggested to me earlier, to just replace the address with the Lawless one, and was told I'd be in the same place, but when I do that, it brings me to the main Progress with Lawless  "welcome" page, with the "Your Spanish Dashboard". and I've lost the page..

When I find something on the Lawless site and I sign in, I lose the page I was on and cannot find that page in the Progress with Lawless site.  

For example, in Lawless, I found an article on the Personal A, with links at the bottom.  This is the page I was on:

https://www.lawlessspanish.com/grammar/prepositions/personal-a/

Article name:

Personal A

{Excerpt : Although normally prepositions are not used in front of direct objects, in Spanish there is a special preposition called the personal a which precedes direct objects that refer to people, personified nouns, and animals.]

I was trying to find this  article thru a search on this  page I'm writing in, and didn't find this particular article, but  a list (which I included at the bottom of this message.)

Sorry for this being so long and probably confusing, but here are my questions:

1) how can I toggle from one site to the other/ and /or keep the page I'm on once logged in?

2) how can log into Kwiziq - it doesn't recognize me even though I got there via the activity listed here: 

and I enter my log in info but it doesn't recognize it.

2-1) for example I don't understand why I am not logged in anymore when I click on my name in the 

Q&A section in Lawless to get a list of my questions and I'm suddenly in Kwiziq.

3) How do I find this article below, that is at https://www.lawlessspanish.com/grammar/prepositions/personal-a/

but not in here, not that I could find easily anyway.

Thanks for your attention.

Nicole 

Thank you for your help. 

[Personal "a" verbs (Vocabulary builder)

/my-languages/spanish/review/830919 theme

 

Personal "a" verbs (ver, visitar, buscar, conocer)

/my-languages/spanish/view/6870 lesson

 

Using gustar to express personal attraction

/my-languages/spanish/view/6231 lesson

 

If you had come at ten I would have dealt with you personally. = "Si usted hubiera venido a las diez yo le habría atendido personalmente."

/my-languages/spanish/view/7078 example

Your friend, whose advice you followed, is not a trustworthy person. = "Tu amigo, cuyos consejos seguiste, no es una persona de fiar."

 

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