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Usage differences between ser y estar
Me ___ viajar gustan gusta gustamos gusto
I thought it stated that ninguna or ninguno could not be used with a nouns??
I'm having trouble answering this question because i don't understand it. kindly someone help!
cambia el marcador temporal por uno que tenga el mismo significado en función del día en el que estás hoy. (let's say today is monday)
Tomando como referencia que hoy es martes:
El lunes comí con mi familia.
→ Ayer comí con mi familia.
1. El mes pasado yo trabaj_é__ mucho.
2. Mi padre preparó la comida el sábado pasado.
3. Vosotros no salisteis de casa el domingo.
4. Mis padres no durmieron la siesta anteayer.
5. Rina y yo fuimos de compras hace cuatro días.
This might be way off base, but while "I" (or "yo") is the most common personal pronoun in most all languages, when one combines "it", "he", "she" and "este" etc followed by nouns, the third person singular is the most commonly used conjugation. In Kwiziq quizzes and exercises, it seems that "yo" and "tu" are the ones that show up most often. The exercises would be better if they had a proportional focus on the pronouns/conjugations in line with how frequently they are used in real life.
I'm breathless from just listening to the vocal race to the end. I'll bet there was some turrón waiting . . .
Is this form the same as ponerse a hacer algo - as both lessons mention the inferred spontaneity in the decision.
For example could we say, 'me puse a limpiar la cocina ayer' and 'me dio por limpiar la cocina ayer' have the same meaning?
Thanks in advance:)
Every time I do the quiz,it says I am right but there is another answer, and it always scores me as 2 x answers nearly correct. Is the dashboard going to tell me to do this one forever ?
The word "revise" in the 2nd sentence of the Details section is wrong and confusing. I believe the writer intended to say "review".