"You are closing the bag."
Translation:Tú cierras la bolsa.
To form the present progressive in Spanish, combine a form of “estar” with the present participle.
Informal you. "Tu estás cerrando la bolsa."
Formal you singular."Usted está cerrando la bolsa"
From a reliable source here.
Hm, I am sure I had used the pronoun and estar + cerrando in a previous exercise and DL told me another correct answer would be without those two words? Maybe I need to keep track of the right answers as well as the wrong answers...
Sometimes the "right" answer that pops up when you're marked wrong is either wrong itself or really weird. I find checking the comments is most helpful to see alternative translations.
"cerrá la bolsa." This was given as a solution on 11/03/2018 but there was no appropriate option to report it.
Olá Victorcarrera0 , eu não estou entendendo esta frase. Eu entendo esta frase como uma forma Imperativa "Tú cierras la bolsa" = Feixe a bolsa ! = Close the bag ! I'm brazilian could you help me with this verbal tense ?
"Tu vas a cerrar la bolsa" was the correct answer that Duolingo provided to me when my own answer was wrong. (On June 5th 2018). I'm confused since this answer seems to be in the future tense (You are going to close the bag).
The present progressive tense in English can be used to refer to the future, that's why.