Why is "he" the subject of the sentence?
"urnes" means "he/she sees" and "rine" is in the accusative case so it's the object
It can be any third person singular, "he, she, it". It's a matter of context.
Right but there is no context for a he to be there. There is only Riñe
"Riñe" is the direct object form of "riña". Acceptable translations are:
He sees the girl.
She sees the girl.
It sees the girl.
If the translation is "A/The girl sees." , then the phrase would be:
Hope that helps.
thank you, i couldn't understand the phrase.
i put 'a girl sees'
"Rine" is in the accusative case so it's the object
i feel the audio is a bit ambiguous about "riñe" or "riñi", am i wrong?
it sounds more like "riñe" but it's like it doesn't end the word properly.
This was hard