"I eat with my aunt."
Translation:Yo como con mi tía.
Oops! Learned the hard way to include "con."
"Yo como con mi tía" and "Yo como mi tía" are two very different sentences.
Its the difference between "my" and "mine". "Mi tia" = my aunt, but "mia tia" = mine aunt.
Sadly, this is the case Sammorland. I do want mine percentage to go up to mine goal of the fifty one.