"The shoes of the girls are black."
Translation:Los zapatos de las niñas son negros.
What is the difference between "Los zapatos de las ninas" and "Los zapados del las ninas" ?
So instead of 'the girls' if its 'the boys' then what would you use? 'Del ninos' or 'De los ninos'
why do the shoes remain masculine when they initiate the sentence? Is this a general rule?
Las Zapatas de las ninas son negros
Ser (son) is used for characteristics, origin, occupation, time/date, and possession (Acronym SCOOT P) while Estar (estan) is used for Temporary condition, health, emotion, location, and present progressive (Aconym ETHEL P) as my middle school spanish teacher said. Hope this helped.