Why is habitationes wrong?
Accepted as correct July 2019
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I wrote Mi casa tengo tres dormitorios. It seems that I'm talking about myself that the verb should be tengo not tiene. What is the rule here, so that I can understand?
Mi casa is third person so tiene - tengo is used in first person. So yo tengo tres dormotorios ( I have 3 bedrooms) .
I used "dormitorios" for "bedrooms" on another exercise and was counted wrong.
The correction for my answer said "Tres dormitorios tiene mi casa" which doesn't make sense and is grammatically wrong, right?
If singular is habitación with an accent over the "ó" what is correct for the plural? Is it habitaciónes or habitaciones?