Translation:I know how to speak many languages and I use them all.
I put "I speak many languages and I use them all". I realize this translation leaves out "i know", but the translation on the test page is "I can speak many languages and I use them all."
I don't know what the test page is, but I think we are supposed to translate the sentence as is shown in each exercise. In this case, I know is an important part of the sentence.
There's a small but meaningful difference between "I can speak many languages" and "I speak many languages." Adding "can" suggests you speak with some fluency/ability.
While we usually translate saber with "know" or "know how," Sometimes "able to" is a reasonable translation. Thus, "I'm able to (can) speak" is meant to capture the idea behind sé hablar.
Logic would suggest that if you "speak" a language, you "know how to speak" the language. English does not require the extra words.
This question should use "idiomas" instead of "lenguas" since it's far more common, or at least accept the use of "tounges" as that's how it's literally translated.
"Tounges"??? Do you mean "tongues"?
I would say the literal translation is "language". "Tongue" may be a cognate, but in American English, we tend to use "tongue" (as "language) infrequently.
We do say "Speaking in tongues" - but that has a narrow reference and refers to glossolalia.
See this on the different Spanish words for "language." https://www.spanishdict.com/guide/how-to-say-language-in-spanish
I totally agree. I have been corrected too many times on my travels in a few Spanish speaking countries when I accidentally used ‘lenguas’, and was quickly correctly and told to use ‘idiomas’. ‘Idiomas’ is not ingrained in my head.
Verbs don't have feminine and masculine forms, only adjectives and adverbs do. Verb forms are based off the subject. "Uso" is used for the subject "yo"/when talking about yourself. "Usa" is only used for the subjects él, ella, or usted.
Whats wrong with "I know how to speak many languages and i speak them all"?
the choice of "uso" was not listed, so the proper answer could not be given.
There is no "all" included in the words you have to pick here. Every word was available except "all"
I used the "tiles" ("boxes") with no problem. (If that's what you mean by "boxes."