"Por favor camina con él."
Translation:Please walk with him.
This is an request/command, so you need "camina," the "tu" form of the imperative
It means someone is telling someone else to do something...in this case, you are telling someone to walk with him, so you use camina. A conjugation chart might help because Duolingo is failing at teaching conjugation.
Thanks. But isn't camina the "el" form of the imperative? Is that what you meant above?
Imperative informal for caminar is camina and not caminas??? But if it were a question, like say, "You walk with him?" it would be Caminas con el?
Why isn't "please go for a walk with him" correct? I'm not a native english speaker, but i sounds pretty idiomatic to me ;)
why use camina? must there be a third person do the activity? i don't think DL has even mentioned it....a bit confused.
This might be asking a lot, but it would be nice if DL had a link to the various types of conjugations that was easily available.
So the object of the sentence is "him" or "el." Is there not an object form of the pronoun? I thought "el" mean "he" not "him."