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October 24, 2014

Posts by SraJMcGin


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Spanish
#4. Because the question uses the future "tendrá" it might be better to answer with that same tense = tendré #7. With an infinitive, you have 2 choic3es for the placement of object pronouns. Either in front of the conjugated verb = "Enrique te lo ...
April 10, 2014

french
You are entirely welcome! Sra
April 3, 2014

french
1. The verb "to pass/spend the time doing someething" (s'amuser à) requires the preposition "à" before an infinitive. 2. The verb "comprendre" does not require a preposition before a following infinitive. 3. The placement of the ...
April 3, 2014

Spanish- Sin a or a
OOPS. I forgot about the exceptions to the exceptions! I believe it is BEST to always use the personal "a" with alguien and nadie. That means #1, 2, 4, 7 are all best with the personal a. You don't have an example of using the personal "a" with the verb...
April 3, 2014

Spanish- Sin a or a
This exercise has to do with using "personal a" in front of a person, family pet or anything else you would like to "personalize." 1. correct (because you do not have a definite person in mind; this person is indefinitie) 2. yes, if you have someone in mind...
April 3, 2014

spanish
Actually, it is as soon as I see it! Please learn how to do accent marks on the computer. I can show you how if I know 2 things. 1. Do you have a PC or a Mac and 2. Do you have Windows or not? You have not asked for HELP because that means you attempt it and then I correct it...
April 2, 2014

Espanol
¡perfecto! Sra
April 2, 2014

Spanish
Part I 1. the subject is vosotras so you need the form of estar that goes with that subject = estáis invitando 2. & 3. both correct Part II 1. correct 2. since the subject is nosotros, the pronoun must match = Estamos concentrándonos... 3. correct etán to ...
April 2, 2014

Spanish Help please
Please begin with the instructions/directions you were given to do these exercises. 1. A script would work better. A. 2. correct except specials = especiales 3. This is the difference between the imperfecto = we were saying, we used to say and the pretérito = we did say...
April 1, 2014

Spanish Help
Please, always begin with the directions you are given. I "guess" you are merely to answer the questions? 1. I doubt they took it from you but gave it to you? D. 2, 3, 4 correct with accent on sótano 5. correct 6. Do you see "para" in the question? ...
April 1, 2014

Spanish
The word order is what you need to see. When there is both a direct object pronoun and an indirect object pronoun, the indirect comes first, before the direct. Direct Object Pronouns: me, te, lo, la, nos, os, los, las Indirect Object Pronouns: me, te, le, nos, os, les. Note ...
March 28, 2014

Spanish 2
It has now been 2 days with no answer from you. I am unflagging this, so I will not be back. Sra
March 25, 2014

Spanish 2
Because the directions require that you use direct and indirect object pronouns, your answers are all wrong. Direct Object Pronouns: me, te, lo, la, nos, os, los, las Indirect Object Pronouns: me, te, le, nos, os, les Notice that they look alike except for lo, lo, los, las & ...
March 25, 2014

Basic Spanish
Was this a serious request? It has been 2 days and no response. Sra
March 23, 2014

Basic Spanish
To help you, I would need to know what you are studying at the time. Which would be more important to you --- verbs or grammar. Both are important, and usually you will study verbs and grammar for each lesson. It would help to know the Textbook you have, to know the approach ...
March 23, 2014

John
You are entirely welcome! Glad you understand it better now. Sra
March 17, 2014

John
Answering questions is very difficult for most students. Here is how I suggest you "tackle" them: 1. Look at the Spanish : ¿Qué han hecho Uds. hoy? 2. Translate it into English: What have you all dine today? 3. ANSWER FIRST IN ENGLISH: We have walked to...
March 17, 2014

Spanish help
1. perfect 2. tuyo is the long form adjective which follows the noun. What you need is the pronoun = el tuyo (C) 3. The subject and the verb MUST match = ellos mostraron (C). You selected the singular verb. 4. - 6. perfect 7. uno debe (one should/people should/w/they, etc.) ...
March 15, 2014

French Pronunciation
de rien = you're welcome! Sra, aka Mme
March 14, 2014

French Pronunciation
Yes. However the Académie Française exaggerates the end, so instead of "danse" which is one syllable (the "a" pronounced "ahhh" of course), it would be "dan-se" (dahhnsuh) or two syllables. This makes French a bit more ...
March 14, 2014

Spanish Help please
Both 1 and 2 are correct. Sra
March 12, 2014

Spanish Help please
1. = perfecto 2. When you see "te" as part of the verb, you need a Reflexive Verb. The correct answer is B (portarse = to behave) 3. = perfecto 4. = Did you see the "ellos" referring to the Grandparents (they)? The answer is B. 5. & 6. = perfectos 7. "...
March 12, 2014

Spanish Help
1 and 2 are perfect. 3 has a problem. Always look carefully at the verb in the question = you all ate (plural) because you answered "you ate" (singular). If you have difficulty answering questions in Spanish (and many students do), try this: 1. look at the Spanish ...
March 11, 2014

Spanish Help please
1 - 6 = perfecto 7 = No, you have the correct answer. 8 - 10 = perfecto ¡Buen trabajo! Sra
March 11, 2014

Spanish 2
Other than the accent on Mamá, yes your answer is correct! Sra
March 6, 2014

Spanish 2
#1 Did you notice that the subject is plural = Mis amigos iban #2 Accent on Mamá #3 Mi hermano y yo = nosotros (plural) bebíamos #4 OK #5 OK Sra
March 6, 2014

Spanish
Word order for a question is first the question word (who, what why) if there is one then the verb, followed by the subject pronoun and then the rest of the information. Then, don't forget to conjugate the verb to go with the subject pronoun. Strait word order = tú ...
February 23, 2014

Spanish
¡perfecto! Sra
February 10, 2014

Spanish Composition
YES. DISFRUTAR DE = means to enjoy something and when you say what it is, the "de" is required I still don't know what you intended to say with "se romperá." Sra
February 6, 2014

Spanish Composition
Since I don't come to the Homework Board any longer, I depend on anything's being sent to me. Just received this. 2nd lie, I believe you are mentioning all girls. Remember that all adjectives have the same number (singular/plural) and gender (masculine/feminine) as the...
February 6, 2014

spanish
Another problem in that there are no underlined words! 1. se separaron 2. mal 3. celosa 4. inmaturo (check spelling if immature) 5. discute 6. se odian 7. deprimida It looks like your story will use the opposite meanings from the original. Sra
February 5, 2014

spanish
When you post online, the very FIRST thing to let us know would be the instructions of what you are to do in the exercise. I "assume" you are to use the vocabulary at the very beginning IN the paragraph? From your answers, I hesitate to "guess" what you are...
February 5, 2014

Spanish
Make a list of all those irregular preterite verb forms. Find anything that rhymes. You can write very short sentences with other words that are easier to rhyme. Were you required to have a tune? That is less important. Could you use a tune everyone knows - Happy Birthday ...
February 2, 2014

Spanish
You are entirely welcome, Eric! Sra
January 29, 2014

Spanish
2. Before you conjugate any verb, be sure you have seen the SUBJECT. Here it is Los directores (ellos) están enviando... 4. It's best to have a comma after Sí, Sra
January 29, 2014

Spanish
3. Is fine with sus because here are all the meanings: your (formal Ud., Uds.), his, her, their... ¡perfecto! Sra
January 24, 2014

Spanish 2
#2 . Note the plural subject "Elena y yo" = "nosotros" = fuimos #3. Mi hermano = MY brother (not I) = se duchó #5. Again, a plural subject = Mis amigos = Ellos = tuvieron Sra
January 23, 2014

Spanish
¡perfecto! Sra
January 23, 2014

Spanish
P.S. Don't forget the accent mark on "más que" Sra
January 17, 2014

Spanish
Right you are on #2, if you had to use the choices provided! Sra
January 17, 2014

Spanish
The vocabulary exercise is perfect. In the 2nd part, with the comparative, I see no number 1? 2 = tan despacio como (with an adjective or adverb, tan...+adverb/adjective...como, is required. The rest are correct. In the third exercise, 8 is best with "matar" which is...
January 17, 2014

Spanish Help please
1. Understand the difference between ser and estar here. Eres...means you are always but estás...means you look...today (but not always). Because of hoy, you probably selected the correct one. 5. Please correct "puede" because father is the subject. Everything...
January 16, 2014

Spanish
I just received this today, so apparently no one saw your post of yesterday. ¡perfecto! Sra
January 16, 2014

Spanish Help
¡perfecto! Sra
January 15, 2014

Spanish Help
de nada Sra
January 14, 2014

Spanish Help
6. A kilometer is 1000 meters. Therefore a meter is shorter than a kilometer. The answer is A. Everything else is perfect! Sra
January 14, 2014

Spanish Help please
l. Only one "s" in necesario, but the answers are correct in 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, y 9. 8. fruta is very close to the answer (A) la frutería ¡Bien hecho! Sra
January 14, 2014

Spanish Foreign Language
You are entirely welcome! Sra
January 7, 2014

Spanish Foreign Language
Sorry, I have been away from the house so I just saw your posting, thanks to Ms. Sue. I hope this is not too late! Yo tengo una solución para ti. (para means intended for you) muchas personas son gordas. (because personas is feminine and plural, the adjective must be ...
January 7, 2014

Spanish
Never trust a translation site, as they seldom get the "nuances" of a language. quinientos setenta = correct cuarenta y seis mil quinientos setecientos veintiséis cuatrocientos ochenta y nueve = correct un millón novecientos cincuenta mil veinte I'...
December 3, 2013

spanish
If you are to use "this" you need the forms: este/esta/estos/estas and I do not see that in your sentences. I need to see the complete instructions you were given and any basic sentence or model? In the sentences 1-5 I see the definite article "el/la/los/las.&...
December 1, 2013

Spanish
First of all, notice the different word order between questions and answers. 1. In the question, the subject is inverted, or in other words, the verb comes before the subject. In the answer then, the subject should come before the verb = No, Rolando no le escribe un correo ...
November 24, 2013

Spanish Help please
1. That's possible but I suspect C is better = remote control 2. I'd choose D = it doesn't work. 3. OK 4. It's D, because of "a mí" = to me it seems... 5. Good Grief! Not an oven (B) but C = a fan Do you have a good dictionary to look up the ...
November 19, 2013

Spanish Help
1. OK 2. Not that one is seen, but the one who says "Goodbye." = D 3. OK 4. You only have one fiancé (novio) = pidió must be singular = D 5. OK 6. OK 7. See the subject "Yo?" = B 8. OK Sra
November 12, 2013

Beginner Spanish -Check my answers please
Review the differences between SER and ESTAR that I did on the earlier post. 1. OK 2. OK 3. OK 4. First verb is correct but for the 2nd, notice the -ndo form which requires estar = está loviendo 5. OK Sra
November 12, 2013

Spanish
First of all, here are the differences between ser and estar: USES OF ESTAR: Estar is used to express: Location or position. Health. Temporary change from a normal state or condition. (With common adjectives such as: caliente, cansado (-a), contento (-a_, frío (-a), ...
November 12, 2013

Spanish
1. OK 2. OK 3. OK 4. OK 5. D The difference between estar and ser is that estar is "we appeared/seemed" vs "we were." 6. OK 7. OK 8. OK 9. pido must be pudo & then OK 10. D seems better here 11. D because A means to be born Sra
November 10, 2013

Spanish Help please
#1. OK For karoaly = B is a baseball bat. #2. The comma after Mamá means that you are speaking TO her so you need either Usted (in some families) or tú = D #3. I don't know how to play = B #4. OK #5. "disfrances" is misspelled. It is no doubt "...
November 9, 2013

Spanish (need help quickly)
You are absolutely correct on the first one, but not on the next two. First of all here are the Indirect Object Pronouns from which you must choose: me = a mía te = a ti le = a ella, a él, a Usted nos = a nosotros/nosotras os = a vosotros/vosotras les = a ellas, ...
November 8, 2013

Spanish
1. Get that dictionary and look up "la cajera" because that is the cashier! You put her in the catalogue. B. por todas partes = everywhere 2. OK 3. OK 4. C would make it a run-on sentence. The answer is D = what I don't like 5. OK 6. C. is another run-on sentence...
November 1, 2013

Spanish
Answering questions in Spanish, it is important to really concentrate on the verb. If it is plural (as it is in this case), your answer must also be plural. Please look at #1 and follow these steps: 1. Look at the Spanish and translate it into English. = What time do you all ...
November 1, 2013

Spanish
1. Although the verb IS mostrar, it is a stem-changing verb, o--->ue. muestra las fotos (because fotos is plural, the article must also be plural = los Also with the indefinite object (a sus amigas) it's best to precede the verb with the indirect pronoun = María ...
October 29, 2013

Spanish
Usually, with a bank of verbs, one does not use anything twice. Look again at #3. Do you see the little "a" in "al jardin?" The verb poner does not use a, but traer does. Traigo mis libros al jardín, etc. Now you have used each verb once. Sra
October 29, 2013

spanish
Perhaps Jesse Sánchez thought he was answering your questions, but it looks instead like more questions? In any event, Maura, let me answer your questions above. The instructions to rewrite the sentence, replacing the direct object noun with the correct pronoun, means ...
October 18, 2013

Beginner French Work check
If you would number everything, it would be much easier for both of us to be on the same item! I'll begin at the top, where you ask for the Future. The first one is the Future Perfect, WHY? 1. viendra (she will come) 2. OK 3. here again is the Future Perfect. aimeras 4. ...
October 11, 2013

Spanish
de nada There are other adjectives that work like bueno. They are uno, malo, primero, tercero, alguno, ninguno. Sra
October 8, 2013

Spanish
The adjective is shortened to buen before a masculine singular noun - buen hombre, buen libro Otherwise it has the same number (singular/plural) and gender (masculine/feminine) as the noun(s) modified. buenos amigos, buenas amigas, buena chica, etc. Sra
October 8, 2013

French
Actually this is very easy! What you are looking at in the basic sentence is a subject pronoun (I, you, she, he, we, they, etc.) plus the conjugated French verb form that agrees with that subject. The use of "on" makes the subject impersonal. "One" is the ...
September 29, 2013

French
Sorry, but the charts #6 do not line up correctly. me, te, nous, vous before le, la, les before lui, leur before y before en and after verb + -le, -la, -les, -leur BEFORE -moi, -toi, -lui, -nous, -vous BEFORE y BEFORE en Oh dear, this isn't all that clear either! IF I ...
September 26, 2013

French
1. Here's a Website on accents: http://symbolcodes.tlt.psu.edu/accents/codealt.html If the Webmaster doesn't allow it, search "accents on the computer" looking for the charts for PC's and Windows. 2. Hopefully you have had a good English class explaining ...
September 26, 2013

French
1. Here's a Website on accents: http://symbolcodes.tlt.psu.edu/accents/codealt.html If the Webmaster doesn't allow it, search "accents on the computer" looking for the charts for PC's and Windows. 2. Hopefully you have had a good English class explaining ...
September 26, 2013

French
In French, the accents are the difference between correct and incorrect. I can tell you how to make accent marks on the computer, if you don't happen to know, by knowing 2 things: 1) Do you have a PC or Mac? 2) Do you have Windows or not? Next time, if you can put th e ...
September 26, 2013

French
Did you have an example or just those instructions? 1. I agree with du vin but I have no idea what is required in the 2nd blank... Will you have some wine or ????? with your mean. le vin? I certainly would NOT use "de la" with vin! 2. agreed 3. agreed, although it ...
September 25, 2013

Spanish
You are entirely welcome. Sra
September 22, 2013

Spanish
It would always be best to number the items so you can see which one I'm referring to! 1. OK 2. You forgot the main verb = es and following the word order for a question. First is the interrogative word, next is the verb (or the subject depending upon the question) and ...
September 22, 2013

French
1. monitrice pour colonies de vacances is a female instructor, coach or trainer for a summer camp. Since it doesn't say what kind, maybe a tennis instructor, or horseback instructor? Yes, she has been there 4 years. 2. vendeuse dans une bibliothéque spécialis...
September 19, 2013

spanish
If you CAN, please put your choice next to the item. These poor old eyes do not like scanning up/down/up/down/up/down! I am assuming that the b goes with 16? Then you have selected: I am swimming the music! Is this wild guessing? Get a good dictionary, understand the choices ...
September 19, 2013

French check my answers
Were you given "exemples" ou "modèles?" Reprise usually means the past participle, but in any event, I'll check what I see here. Le Présent Indicatif et pourvoir + l'infinitif. 1. OK 2. Tu dessines. 3. OK 4. Elle peut marcher. 5. Nous ...
September 14, 2013

French
Look again at (ask someone to repair it for you. You gave me an example of the receiver only. Look at the 2nd set of examples, with an agent. THAT is what you need. Je fais réparer mon ordinateur Jacques. = I'm going to have Jack (agent) repair my computer (receiver...
September 3, 2013

French
The construction "le faire causative" describes an action that is being caused by the subject (NOT performed) = having somethin gdone, getting something done, making someone do something. There must be a subject (person or thing), the conjugated verb "faire,&...
September 3, 2013

French
Since the directions say: "Replace by a pronoun" I would say that makes it very difficult! The subject is a pronoun already - ils. Are you studying "y" and "en?" It would be my guess that you are then to replace "beaucoup de temps" which...
August 25, 2013

Spanish 2
Ordinary tú commands look like the 2nd person singular of the Present Tense, without the s. comer = come / no comas The negative form uses the "opposite vowel" meaning -ar verbs use e while -er and -ir verbs use an a. hablar = habla/no hables escribir = ...
August 20, 2013

French
First of all, get a good dictionary so you can check the spelling and gender of words: grand-mère, l'imparfait. Don't forget the necessary accent marks. Hopefully you can write a complete sentence. When you combine 5 of them, you usually have a good paragraph. ...
August 14, 2013

Spanish Literature
#3 = en modos OR de modos diferentes I'd omit the él in "el padre de Juan se culpó (blamed himself?) Same with "El padre de Ignacio estuvo, etc. and a comma after "en su hijo, debido" makes it easier to read y el modo en que OR el modo en ...
July 27, 2013

Spanish Literature
In the title, why is " there? If something is in quotes, there should be 2! quiso todos (all what?) or todo - everything + a run-on sentence without "su hija; la adoraba" = With "leísmo" only the masculine singular - le No period after ella le. ...
July 27, 2013

Spanish Literature
18 octubre 2013 = No contesto a estas preguntas ya que todavía he contestado. Sra
July 27, 2013

Spanish Literature
Just happened to "stumble" over this conversation with Carlos Fuentes on NPR: http://www.npr.org/2012/05/18/152828601/a-conversation-with-carlos-fuentes Sra
July 27, 2013

Spanish Literature
oops = don't forGET the necessary accents. Sorry for the typo. Sra
July 27, 2013

Spanish Literature
¡Ajá! JLB, my very favorite author! When I was studying Spanish Literature at the University, my teacher "skipped" his works, as being too difficult! I adored all his works, and my students did too! (La Brújula - don't for the accent!) I no ...
July 27, 2013

Spanish Literature
PD: Por si acaso no has encontrado lo siguiente, aquí está una busca de Google sobre el cuento: https://www.google.com/search?q=%E2%80%9CNo%20oyes%20ladrar%20los%20perros%E2%80%9D%20&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a&channel=...
July 27, 2013

Spanish Literature
1. Deepending upon the specific Literature Class you have, your teacher should set up the rubric. Is that teacher using Latin-American Spanish, Castillien, for example? In most colleges, it will not be Mexican. In the second place, you are not translating something from ...
July 27, 2013

Spanish Literature
The noun should not stand alone, so begin with "Las" or "Unas" (mejor) específicas plus some punctuation after the title. Perhaps "ladrar = check spelling = ladras los perros:" Ignacio alguna animosidad ya su madre, must be "y a" ...
July 27, 2013

Spanish
Here's something else that is down below: Step 1
Make sure your number lock key is on. Most computers have a little light that lights up to signify the num. lock is on. Step 2
While the number lock key is on, hold down the Alt. key and type the code that ...
July 9, 2013

Spanish
To install the Spanish Keyboard on Windows XP, click first on "Start" and then open the "Control Panel." – Once there click on "Regional and Language Options" (If you are in an older version of windows, click on "Keyboard" in the &...
July 9, 2013

Spanish
In order to show you how to make accent marks, we need to know 2 things: 1) do you have a PC of a Mac and 2) do you have Windows or not? #4 It is to 2 of us so it must be plural = D (a mí y a Raúl) #15 presento (verbal ending missing) B - I have known him for ...
July 9, 2013

Spanish
1. Estan = esta mañana... 6. Ramón 7. C = abuela is the subject, not yo 13. This is an example of más or menos ...que = A 15. A = the best. These are the "or" comparatives = menor (less/younger), mayor (older/greater), peor (worst/worse) & mejor...
July 7, 2013

Spanish
#4 Concentrate on "I don't feel well" so the answer is A #5 I don't have much money; I'm not buying anything = B #7 will still need a "personal A" so the answer is D (no one) #8 Do you see Edward? Wo is the young lady with whom HE is talking? = ...
July 7, 2013

Spanish Help
P.S. I have flagged this response, so I can come back later to see if you have any questions. Sra
June 28, 2013

Spanish Help
Your first error in #2 is something we have gone over before. You are to answer a question. First of all, note that the verb is PLURAL so the answer must also be PLURAL. 1. Translate = Do you ALL prefer... 2. Answer FIRST in English = We all prefer 3. Now put that into Spanish...
June 28, 2013

Spanish 1
Good question! And, YES, any adjectives, like A, C, D would have to be the same number (plural) and gender (feminine) BUT in this case, because the answer is B, that will not change, since it is a NOUN. Anything = singular or plural, feminine or masculine would STILL be A ...
June 19, 2013

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