Translation:When are you going to put on your new shirt?
Ponerse = to put on (an item of clothing)
Llevar or llevar puesto = to wear an item of clothing
Llevarse an item of clothing = To steal it!
Very unclear diction! Even in slow mode, there was no sound that resembled P...it sounded like "conerse" which makes no sense!
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poner sounded like coner. it changes when I get my ears close to the speaker or stay away.
I would say "When are you going to put your new shirt on?" Will report as an alternative translation.
Ggrrr. When it suits Duo, ponerse means try on, other times it means put on. How are we supposed to tell the difference?!