"Nuestro aeropuerto no está en el mapa."

Translation:Our airport is not on the map.

March 12, 2013



Says the narco pilot to the drug lord. (Es muy cierto!)

March 12, 2013


Passenger with large breifcase, "Yeah but I notice it has landing lights". Pilot, "Ha,I wish that is nearby rebel and government troops trading machine gun fire"

March 12, 2013


Es un buen día para morir.

May 17, 2018


That is one huge streak! Over 4 years, right

May 17, 2017


Hahahaha! Oh man you've just made my day ;). A good one!

May 5, 2014


Vine aquí por esto, gracias

December 22, 2017


¡Tu comento es mejor que mio!

March 8, 2019


What kind of shady business does Duolingo think we're going to get into once we learn this language?

April 29, 2014


¡Por qué piensas estudiamos el español de latino america, mi amigo!

February 26, 2016



May 22, 2014


i was just thinking that! This would be a great sentence describing your hidden drug airport.

May 14, 2013


If I were James Bond..

March 4, 2014


el mapa, not la mapa? weird.

October 10, 2013


While it is correct that most masculine nouns end in -o and most feminine nouns end in -a, there are some exceptions like el mapa, la mano, el día etc. These just need to be remembered.

October 12, 2013


you are correct easy really it is the double words that disappear that do me? Nosotros tenemos= us we have? No! too easy "we have" why Nosotros? Is it just colloquialism as in English?

March 2, 2014


Nosotros means "we" and tenemos means "have".

Nosotros tenemos means "we have"

But you can omit the subject in most cases in Spanish leaving you "tenemos".

And you'll include the subject for clarification or emphasis.

May 23, 2014


Tenemos means "we have"

May 23, 2014


“Weird”, not “weerd” - weird

July 27, 2018

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why not IN the map?

March 7, 2014


because a map is flat, it's not a box, a house or a bag you don't generally put stuff IN it. to describe that something is ON the map you say it's ON the map. Now you've learned something in English too :)

March 7, 2014


it could be out of the frame, no? like you being in your profile picture... vs being on your profile picture. I don't see you standing on top of your profile picture for context. My house is not on the map. True. My house is not in the map. Wrong. I am not on the photo. True. I am not in the photo. True. I am not a part of the photo. True. SO its a lot of context.

May 13, 2014


Why is está used here? Is someone going to add the airport to an old map?

April 1, 2014


I am wondering about this as well. It's actually really bugging me. I thought the estar form was for things that are in a more "temporary" state? How is an airport on a map temporary? It's either there or it isn't.

May 9, 2014


I think in this case "estar" is being used because it's describing a location - (on a map). "This airport is not (located on) this map"

May 9, 2014


So anything to do with location is está? But no, that can't be, because I'm sure I had a couple examples yesterday that accepted Donde está eso/esto? OR Donde es eso/esto? I assumed the latter would refer to permanent structures or towns or something, since they didn't use está, but that would be location....now I'm really confused.

May 22, 2014


I didn't know Amelia spoke Spanish.

April 4, 2013


Nuestro aeropuerto es «Rammstein» en Alemania

May 6, 2014


Is it true?

June 8, 2014


Dice "El Chapo".

March 8, 2019
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