"Luis drinks beer Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday."

Translation:Luis bebe cerveza el lunes, el martes y el miércoles.

February 27, 2018



"Luis is an alcoholic."

February 28, 2018


Why not ' en ' instead of ' el ' ?

March 1, 2018


I wrote only the first "el" and it said wrong answer... Why? The "el" functions like "on" (according to the tooltip), but if I write "... on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday" it will be as correct as "...on Monday, on Tuesday and on Wednesday." Is it a problem with duolingo or a difference between spanish and english?

March 1, 2018


Probably just duolingo, honestly. I did the exact same thing; saying el for each day of the week when you're just listing them seems a bit redundant lol

March 11, 2018


Yes, the same happened to me. There is no way to have it right .

March 24, 2018


But he still eats spiders and soap... lol

March 8, 2018


Alcoholic sentence again

March 2, 2018


Luis drinks too much beer!

March 8, 2018


It is grammatically wrong in saying "the Monday, the Tuesday and the Wednesday." in this sentence. As per google translate, it states as follows: English: Luis bebe cerveza el lunes, el martes y el miércoles. Spanish: Luis drinks beer on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Well I leave it up to Duolingo to address the more English-based sentences that do not add up when translated from Spanish to English.

March 12, 2018


this is frustrating :-(

March 16, 2018


Luis es alcohólico.

March 25, 2018


the words go past the continue sign so how am i sopposed to memorize that when i cant even see the rest of the scentence i think that you are just making up words to look like spanish but there really not spanish you are liing and well mabey you are lies your website is a lie.

March 26, 2018
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