"Yo como un huevo."
Translation:I eat an egg.
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Why have they use the pronunciation of "Yo" as yo-yo in english and all of sudden it switched to sound like "Jo"? And which one should I use?
These lessons inconsistently drop or use an article before a noun. It seems if I add the article, it is wrong. In the next sentence, if I omit the article it is wrong. I understand that some of this is fluency, but it is hard to know when to do what.
It's in the translation. If the sentence is, "The girls drink THE milk," then it's "LA leche." If it's just, "The girls drink milk," then there's no particle. It's the same as English.
Yes, she is saying it correctly. You may not know that the h is silent in Spanish.
Should huevo sound like gwayvo? Or bwayvo? Seems like I'm hearing more than just a hard h