"I read books."
Translation:Yo leo libros.
Can you also say 'leo libros' ? My teacher taught me that the pronoun could be built into the conjugated form of the verb e.g 'leemos' instead of 'nosotros leemos'
Cuz that would be "i read THE books". The sentence was "i read books."
As my language is Spanish, I will explain: For example, you can say: I read the school books, because if it says only: I read the books, it will sound a little weird, so it would be better if you just say: I read books. I do not know if you understand me
Why would it be 'yo leo libros' and not 'yo leer libros'? What's the difference? Please help me on this.
its 'leo' because that is the conjugation (the form) for 'yo'. If you say 'yo leer libros' it translates as 'I to read books'. You want to say 'I read books', so you have to change the infinitive form 'leer' to match the subject. In this case, you drop the infinitive suffix -er from 'leer' and add the 1st person singular suffix -o.
I know that lo and yo both mean I, so why couldn't I write it -Lo leo libros. Does it have something to do with grammar?
No te preocupes, I figured it out. Lo is the artical used when the noun isn't feminine or mascualine. It can be used for "I" as long as the the next noun isn't feminine or mascualine. Lo siento is written right because sorry doesn't have a gender. libros is a mascualine word, so writing -lo leo libros would be incorrect for that reason.
Doesnt leo have something to do with a animal instead of the sentence leo means read
Leo comes from the verb "leer". Drop the ending -er and change it to -o for the first person form. You might be thinking of "león", which means lion.
I'm saying the right thing and it won't work why is it doing this to me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I simply put Leo los libros and it said I was wrong. I see others in the past have had this issue.
Why is this soo tough!!!! Someone who knws abt these forms of grammar pls do help!
I actually did get it wrong, but I think the correct solution they gave me is also wrong. They told me it was "he leído libros", which means i have read books.