so as a conclusion,
"No" is used for masculine, where "Na" for feminine..am i right?
I got tripped by the audio once again. I could swear I heard "cartas" instead of "carta".
Report the audio.
Me too. I put "cartas." Must have been the "s" in "são" that threw me off but I really thought I heard "cartas." Oh well.
It's curious because i didn't.
Why does "of the letter" not work here?
Because of is translated as "de, do, and da" whereas "no, na" is "in, on".
but "of" is idiomatic here, in english. "on" is frankly awkward.
"the letter's words are yours" should be accepted..
Exactly what I put. It got dinged. They need to add this to the list of acceptable answers.
I said "tues" instead of "tuas" and it was accepted, but highlighted as a mistake. Isn't "tues" masculine plural you?
«Tues» does not exist, but «teus» does and is the masculine plural for the word "your." Perhaps that is what you meant? Either way, «teus» is incorrect because the word «palavras» is feminine. Therefore, it should be «tuas».
I think so
This can also be "The words on the card are yours", however, it was not accepted.
It's accepted now