*9. Literally (word for word) it is saying: To us IT IS PLEASING to order pasta. "To order" is the subject so the verb is "it is pleasing" = nos gusta Sra
We are not allowed to use our emails, so please post it right here for MsSue to send it on to me. Sra
The informal command uses the 3rd person Present Tense for the Affirmative command: hablar = habla / comer = come / vivir = vive However the negative command uses "the opposite vowel + s for the tú" like hablar = no hables / comer = no comas / vivir = no vivas...
¡excelente! You got them all! Olé Sra
Sí, claro = Yes, indeed! Sra
The first thing to learn is to find the SUBJECT. If it is plural, so is the verb. Obviously you are studying the Preterit. Let's take the first verb: estar yo estuve tú estuviste él, ella, usted estuvo nosotros, nosotras estuvimos vosotros, vosotras estuviste...
Yes. Did you not see my answer? Oh dear, I see that I lost that as well! bebiéndolos Sra
(I've lost this once already!) 1. If the word ends in a vowel (a, e, i, o, u) or the consonants n or s, and there is no written accent mark, you will hear the next-to-last syllable as in muchacho. 2. If you want to hear the last syllable, there must be a written accent mar...
Your final must be over? I's February 4 and I never did get a response! Sra
There is no reason to use a "personal a" in front of aeropuerto as that is an inanimate object = Antes de ver el aeropuerto... I don't know the level of Spanish you are in, nor do I know the "directions" for writing the essay. I would have used the impe...