So "let's go to the theatre on Mondays" can be right? Or is "vamos" always "we go"?
What's wrong with 'We're going to the theater on Mondays'? Seems right to me
I mean the time frame stated is a general one so you cant state a specific event. The ending in the spanish marks habitual present
This way, but the technical command for "Let's go" is "vayamos" but almost always "vamos" is used instead.
I had thought that the present tense and the present progressive were pretty much interchangeable in Spanish, but I’ve noticed lately (doing the reverse tree) that when DL uses a phrase like “I am talking”, they are looking for “estoy hablando” and will mark “hablo” wrong. However, here the problem may be that the English phrase "We are going to the theater on Mondays". Sounds a little awkward, doesn't it? Maybe not.
¡Gracias, PabloSueno! I hope you are well and happy! I love your dog icon