I'm at least glad those hats aren't eating apples anymore..
Wait, since when did hats eat apples?
Just realized azul has to change with noun, a totally different concept from English
Thank you Duolingo :D
Adjectives get pluralized with noun in Spanish?
Yup. Articles(los) and verbs(son) too. Everything is plural here.
One of the biggest problems I have is remembering to make every part of the sentence plural. I feel smug about knowing the right word to use, then forget to make it plural. Duo lets me know, though.
someone give me a lingot
you are wierd
How might you say "Those hats are blue"?
Why does not
The blue hats
The blue hats = Los sombreros azules
Wait...Azules is a WORD!? I did NOT know that.
Bolígrafo es azul!
wen did da hats eat u
It should be 'hat', not sombreros
I dont understand the difference between son and somos and when to use them
What is the conjugation of this verb?