How come when saying "my something" sometimes it's mi and sometimes it's mis?
Singular and plurar
The subject that owns the object matches the ending of the object. If I own a boot it is "mi bota". If I own boots then they are "mis botas".
Why is dress masculine when it is usually only worn by women. I keep saying la vestida and getting caught out.
I also put : mi vestida because dress is for a woman?
What's wrong with "mi vestido"
That is correct.
Traje is also a word for dress
traje = "suit" it can be modified to include dress, as wedding dress, formal dress, etc.
what's the difference between mi (with an accent) and without. I understand plurals and genders.
" mí " es para el pronombre "Yo" For example: Esto es para mí (this is for me)
y " mi " es posesivo "mío" For example: mi gato, mi libro, etc (my cat, my book, ...)
Era eso?? o no entendí tu pregunta? jeje :)
Mio vestido was what I answered. What's wrong with that?
"mío" means mine, while my means "mi"
That translates to "Mine dress"
El vestido es mio...
I answered "El mìo vestido" and it is wrong too. Someone who explain?
Translation: "The mine dress" - do you see the error now?
It is el vestido mio,or mi vestido :)
Why does abono appear as a translation for dresses when everywhere I look it appears to translate to anything but that?
I still have trouble recognizing the gender, I put 'mis' instead of 'mi' any tips on remembering?
Are they pronouncing vestido with a "v" or "b" sound? It's hard to be certain.
whats wrong with El vestido mio?
When I clicked "dress" to see the proper word it showed viste, which was of course wrong. Is "viste" a proper word for dress, or is it an error?
i acidentally added a ¨s¨ wich should just count as a spelling error because it is and be correct.
What is the difference between Mi and Yo?