jajajaj, yo escuché Gracias a Dios. Así se escucha la voz de la mujer-robot esta!
Fortunately I read the prompt, but timing is the basis for many puns: ie: "Me gusta los colores de sus ojos! Tienes un ojo castano, y un otro a su lado (azulado)." ;)
Sorry if I correct you, but it should be: "¡Me gustan los colores de tus ojos! Tienes un ojo castaño, y otro a su lado (azulado).
Sabes de el pajaro que lleva ropa guapo? Es un pollo pollo! :) Spanish puns are great! It means that not only you have a sense of humor, but also understand Spanish enough to make them. Kudos to you for putting yourself into it!
If you listen well, there's a space between the 2 words. If she were thanking God, she would have made a kind of liaison and would have talked faster.
Actually there IS a space between A and DIOS when she says ADIOS which is why everyone is confused, if she were saying bye she should have talked faster because there is no space in ADIOS
A space between Gracias and Adios, because of the comma.
Gracias a Dios runs all three words together.
But her pause is between A and Dios, that's why I say she should talk faster
❤❤❤❤❤ talke right you think just because you know a little Spanish you the ❤❤❤❤ no ❤❤❤❤❤ ❤❤❤❤ you ❤❤❤❤❤
I was dinged the first time because i said that, but the following questions forced you tonuse thank you for gracias and good bye for adios....
I put the same and it was marked incorrect for me as well. Curious indeed, considering the two accepted words are abbreviations of the UNaccepted words.
It would be a good response in talking to a person but the reply on the lesson needs to be in the same order the lesson gives.
Can someone explain the accent mark on the alphabet 'O'. Cheers and Gracias, adios
I heard Gracias a Dios, too. Anybody have a suggestion for differentiating between the two (without context and with the slow, deliberate speech of the reader)?
Yes-- there is a distinct pause between "gracias" and "adios". "Gracias a dios" does not have the distinct pause.
Is it ok to pronounce C, D, Z in these lessons as the TH in English? I... learnt the rules on the pronunciation of Spanish words using European Spanish...one of those dialects.
Sorry, my phone caused a typo. I meant to say this is exactly what I was looking for.
For everyone who happens to get this wrong in the future, it's not asking for a translation, it wants you to type it in Spanish as you hear it. Took me longer than i'd like to admit to figure out that mistake for some reason lol. woops.
Not everyone gets exercises presented to them in the same way. You might get this exercise once and it's a translation. The next time it might be type what you hear.
my mom said 'gracias, adios' (thank you goodbye) is constantly confused with 'gracias a dios' (thank you god)
This really bothers me. I can hear the difference, but I think it is a mistake to teach “Gracias, adiós” while “Gracias a Dios” is such a common sentence. I for one would even avoid to say “Gracias adiós” just because of the confusion, and I would prefer something like “Gracias, bye” or “Gracias, hasta luego”.
So sometimes gracias is thank you and other times its thanks? Lol same thing, no?
this dose not work i type the right word and get it wrong this is a pice ❤❤❤❤
There is more than one word used here,so is it necessary to put inverted exclamation and exclamation mark for each of these two words?
Debe acentuar la sílaba tónica de "adiós" para que no suene "a Dios"...
i don' know how to type in Spanish so my answers are coming up wrong even though there right can anyone help me with this issue???
There is a big space between these two words... Dont think it is like that.
Why am I wrong when I enter "Thank you, good bye?" Shouldn't that also be correct?
I put thank you bye.... that should be correct as thanks is short for thank you
i translated an audio phrase into english instead of typing what i heard in spanish. duo let me know i had used the wrong language and let me try again. this is a very forgiving and educational feature of this program. well done duo
This doesnt make sense that i got it wrong just because i said thank you, instead if thanks.
drag your curser over the word in spanish and it tells you the english meaning.
I put "Thank you, goodbye" instead of "thanks, bye" and was marked incorrect lmao
i love these kind of lessons ! also the ones where you speak! Very Helpful! i love duolingo overall
Adios. My translation of goodbye was marked incorrect with 'bye' given as the correct answer!
I translated adios as goodbye, which was marked wrong. Bye and goodbye should be interchangeable...
Why is it different when it is alone and when it is in Sentence (adios) *adiosh
Seriously, is the programmer so lazy that they can't even put an if else condition, easy right.
It says Gracias also means thank you I got it wrong for not putting thanks when it says thank you when you touch gracias it should count
Because "adios" doesn't give any indication of see you later, see you soon, see you tomorrow...
Good buy means you made a good purchase.
Goodbye is what you say when you depart.