You are most welcome! Sra
Next time it would be helpful if you put the answers NEAR the item. These old eyes no longer scan up and down, up and down, very well! 8. You must be correct, because it is the 2nd C, which should have been D! 11. is correct so I'm surprised you weren't sure what to do...
The English is better as "I have just eaten" or "I ate/I did eat." The first is correct but the 2nd is a "run-on sentence" with 2 conjugated verbs bumping into each other. It should be: Acabamos de bailar. After a preposition (de, for example), th...
Sra is the abbreviation for "Señora.." The spelling in English is "restaurant." You have said it very well in Spanish! Sra
C'était mon plaisir! Sra (aka Mme)
The "se" is for self/selves. Because I do not see the question, but only the answers, I'm guessing. Je vous achète des gants à ta mère et à toi, Célia. = I buy/do buy/am buying some gloves for your Mother and for you, Celia. Is ...
You are most welcome! Possibly because I have taught this in 3 languages for over 32 years! Sra (aka Mme)
Object pronouns can cause a lot of trouble. First of all, notice where the blank is? That is because USUALLY object pronouns in French (be they direct or indirect) go in front of the conjugated verb. They only follow, and are attached with a hyphen, after affirmative commands....
Here's a short review of informal and formal. The affirmative informal familiar command, (tú) if it is regular, is EXACTLY like the 3rd person singular. hablar = habla / comer = come / recibir = recibe. If it is irregular that form is short: venir = ven / salir = sa...
Please understand that we do NOT do the work for you, but help you AFTER you have tried. Here's a handy hint for answering questions. Often the very verb in the question is what you use in the answer. However if the question asks what YOU do, you must answer: "I do......