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(On the contrary). Flor is describing the courses she is taking, but you have an entirely different point of view. Complete each sentence, using the opposite of the word in italics. ¡OJO! Remember that adjectives must agree in number and gender with the noun they describe.

If someone could check these .

1.FLOR: El diseño es obligatorio.
¡Al contrario! El diseño es optativo

2.FLOR: Las ciencias sociales son interesantes.
TÚ:¡No es verdad! Las ciencias sociales son aburrido

3.FLOR:El cálculo es inútil.
TÚ: ¡No tienes razón! El cálculo es importante

4.FLOR:La informática es optativa.
TÚ:¡Al contrario! La informática es requisito

5.FLOR: Las lenguas son difíciles
TÚ:¡No tienes razón! Las lenguas son facil

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    I'll send this to our Spanish expert, SrJMcGin.

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    2. ¡ojo! las ciencias - feminine, plural requires aburridas

    4. la informática = feminine, singular requires requisita

    5. las lenguas = feminine, plural requiring fáciles.


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    2.FLOR: Las ciencias sociales son interesantes.
    TÚ:¡No es verdad! (Las ciencias sociales son aburrido)(aburridasS)Gender agreement,

    5.FLOR: Las lenguas son difíciles
    TÚ:¡No tienes razón! Las lenguas son facil (Las lenguaS son facilES)number agreement, and facil has accent in the "i". (hope this helps)

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    Sorry, but fáciles has the accent mark on the "a" as it is in the singular - fácil.


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    perdon, Estas en lo correcto! my typo,lo siento, gracias

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