Why yes I am.
"You are a good person" translates as " eres una buena persona" but "you are a positive person" translates to "eres una persona positiva" . where do we use adjective? Before the subject or after the subject?
I know i am a positive person
Can you say eres una positiva persona?
I speak spanish if you want to practice
I did SHE is a positive person and i got it wrong.
what happened here
i did not understand my answer
Isn't "you are a postive person" the better translation
Duolingo translates this as 'You're a positive person'. I translate it as 'She is a positive person'. Who is correct?
Realmente no me conoces, verdad?
Is there a rule for when the adjective is before or after the noun? Thanks!
Sounds like El
And I might add, my favorite kind.
Wow duo gave me the same question 2 times in a row! He must really want to get his point across!!!
I said "Are you a positive person."
Doesnt Eres me are?
No im not cause this sucks
Are you a positive person
is not he is isn't you ar tu es
What is this
No, I am a hardcore pessimist lmaoooo
it should be are you a positive person?
with a question mark
And gosh darn it, people like you!
and gosh darn it! People like you!
"You're a positive person" is said to be wrong when the reported correct answer is "You are a positive person". Both are correct, actually.
¡El mundo te necesita e yo necesito más personas como tú!
I got it right
Would "Tu eres persona positiva" be correct too?
The way Duo pronounces it is wrong! The stress must be in the third syllable, not in the second. Therefore, it is "po-si-TI-va", not "po-SI-ti-va"!
The pronunciation of the reader is "HORRIBLE"--does not sound like "eras" at all!
Couldnt hear eres as different from: el es
Can anyone explain why the audio for "positiva" sounds like "portativa"
A positive person seems abstract/subjective. I placed the adjective before the noun and I was incorrect. What am i not getting about the noun-adjective agreeement?
Imagine saying this in the time of COVID-19.
Throwback to when this was a compliment
What a thing to say nowadays.