First of all proper punctuation would be appreciated, including necessary accents, capital letters, etc. Otherwise it is almost impossible for me to read it! What is your choice for venir? I think you thought it was voir (to see?) but it is the verb "to come." "...
I need to see everything you saw. Were you supposed to explain "alquilar" = to rent? Then "Pagar dinero cada mes para (in order to) vivir en un lugar" should do it. Sra
5. says It's raining and it's cold today so I doubt you need your sun glasses. C. I can't take the sun. 8. There are jungles in Central America so they might want to explore them -A. The word "familia" is a collective noun and therefore singular. 9. Since...
Yes, indeed, ¡perfecto! Sra
SPANISH 2 HELP
Sorry, I did not see this until this morning (Monday). #3 IS A. Sra
Often, nouns in French use the definite article: l'objectif le domaine de responsable de Why dotée? Do you believe m' is the direct object or the indirect object and are you feminine? l'expérience gérante - if you are feminine + a preposition (...
Because you begin in l'imparfait, don't forget to stay there. J'ai = J'avais les cheveux blonds. J'avais les yeux bleus. J"avais les cheveux courts. J'adorais...J'étais hyper... Now if you are switching to the passé composé...
1. capital for Paris 2. the passé composé with être has the past participle agree in number (singular/plural) and gender (masculine/feminine) with the subject. You do NOT see engagée; therrefore the subject must be masculine singular - mon frè...
That is the letter "v" in vouloir. This is where you drop the "oir" of the ending and add the -ais, etc. je voulais tu voulais il/elle/on voulait nous voulions vous vouliez ils/elles voulaient To form the imperfect of regular verbs: parler = drop the infini...
Spanish: check answers
Yes. The form "nuestro" has 4 forms: nuestro, nuestra, nuestros, nuestras, the correct answer here being nuestras. Both vuestro and nuestro have 4 forms. The others only have singular and plural: mi, mis / tu, tus / su, sus. Sra