I was thinking this should be "Mis manzanas no están rojas" because estar tells the condition, or how, something is. Where did I go wrong?
Do not try and eat the apple, that is impossible. Instead, try to realize the truth. "The truth?" There is no apple.
Mis means my
Manzanas means apples
no means not
son means is/are
rojas means red
Literally the sentence before this was ¨the red apple¨ Duolingo stop messing with my mind
Wait, so the color has to follow gender and plural rules as well? I think I need a couple of Strongs drinks. Yep, makes perfect sense.