Yes i :can learn full spanish I do at least three expert levèls, thats 90 minutes per covering my expert level Thats ussually a concideral amount of time invesred oth ths' right now I prmise. I am truly cnfident. Thats 4.5 hours at minall and get caŕried awa|y
I have the habbit of mixing spanish and English lol. E.g. "tú cant" this is why im getting most of my questions wrong. Anyone else have this problem? Lol
Yup. I know just enough to do a little bit of erroneous code switching. It sucks to get dinged for a heart. But then you have to admit, "Whoa! I just screwed up in Spanish." :D
:) Yes I have, and I can mix it with German or with my mother tongue Hungary too:) That is...
Either one is correct. they are the same auxiliary verb. However, in Spanish 'can' means to be able to. 'Not been able to...' Cannot
«you are not able to» means «you do not have the ability to do this». In spanish, the vers «poder» means «you can» as it is possible for you (conditions are right, you may or you're able to). The sense of «poder» is larger than what «being able to» is. I hope it helps...
So, you can say "not able", but, in English can we translate it as "unable to"?
Nothing. I got it right when answering it the second time. After I got it wrong the first time.
I posted a comment stating that using this phrase "no you can't" is including an extra "no" that wasn't in the original question.
may and can are the same word in spanish , this should make things hard for english speaking people
I don't have the problem with mixing languages because english ain't my native language :D
Can't is the contraction of cannot. "You can't" should've worked but I didn't ._.
I suppose saying "no you can't " is saying no twice and the sentence only included one "no"?