If you were to have complete sentence answers. #2 is missing the verb "era." #4 Hernán (accent on the a) Cortés conquistó (accent on the o) el Imperio Azteca. (personal "a" not necessary, but not wrong referring to the people) In the qu...
11. I question this one because the Preterit pudieron translates as "managed" or "did go" vs. the imperfect podían = were able to Sometimes ONLY the speaker can justify which one is used. Same with #18 = no pude = I didn't manage/succeed vs no po...
It would help a lot if you could put the answer WITH the item. Otherwise these old eyes don't slide up and down very well! K. Carmen y yo dijimos (I didn't see this one) Everything else looks perfect! Sra
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Haven't I done this one already? Please don't post TWICE. 1. nuestros 2. Mi 3. mi 4. su 5. sus 6. mis Sra
Assuming, in the first part, that you were capitalizing the correct answer, don't forget the last one = MIS In the 2nd part you are looking at prepositional pronouns, BUT you still need the possessive adjective that you were using in the first part. mi/mis, tu/tus, su/sus...
*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
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