Problems with the exercise

LarryC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Problems with the exercise

in the hints you define "terrorífico" as meaning "terrifyingly" but then in the translation you count that as wrong and use "terrorificamente" instead.

you say "some fake drops of blood" but a better English translation would be "drops of fake blood". The drops are real; the blood is fake.

Asked 2 years ago
MarshaC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor Correct answer

The hint given was the adjective terrorífico which means terrifying.

However this hint was supposed to lead you to use the adjective to form the adverb terrifyingly.

 

 

 

 

Problems with the exercise

in the hints you define "terrorífico" as meaning "terrifyingly" but then in the translation you count that as wrong and use "terrorificamente" instead.

you say "some fake drops of blood" but a better English translation would be "drops of fake blood". The drops are real; the blood is fake.

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