So if I want to say that I only drive ONE car I would say Solo conduzco UNO coche?

Carole

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5 May 2018

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So if I want to say that I only drive ONE car I would say Solo conduzco UNO coche?

This relates to:
Using un, una to say a/an (singular indefinite articles) -

Silvia

Kwiziq language super star

5 May 2018

5/05/18

¡Hola Carole! As the lesson says, we can never use "uno" in front of a noun, because in Spanish "uno" is always used as a pronoun. I have added an example to the lesson so that this is more clear, and you can also find a link to a lesson with numbers used as pronouns. I hope this helps you to understand better. ¡Gracias! Silvia.

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