"Yo te hablé sobre mi viaje del año pasado."
Translation:I spoke to you about my trip from last year.
I think this is a more common English translation: "I spoke with you about my last year's trip".
But isn't the translation correct? Duo didn't accept it as of 7/14/2018
or ,,, I talked to you about my last year's trip . ... rejected as well by DL
I put down told instead of spoke. Would "I told you about my trip from last year." be incorrect?
Decir, not hable is what you'd use for "I told you".
Yo te hable sobre: I spoke to you about...
Yo te dije sobre: I told you about...
So how would you say 'Last year I spoke with you about my trip.' ?? Meaning the speaking was last year, not the trip.
Without the "de," I think. El año pasado te hablé sobre mi viaje. Te hablé sobre mi viaje el año pasado.
Also got wrong with "I told you about my trip from last year" :-( Why oh why?
An English speaker would much more likely say: "I spoke to you about my trip OF last year" or "I spoke to you about my last year's trip" rather than the translation above. One just wouldn't say "my trip FROM last year". The trip didn't come from the past year, it occurred last year, hence the use of the word "of".
You're partly right, however, your examples are not. "I spoke to you about my trip of last year" is equally bizarre.
The most common ways to convey the thought are:
"I spoke to you about last year's trip". (Possessives are the most common way to express an occurrence within a timeframe. See also "last Tuesday's meeting" or " Next month's schedule". )
"I spoke to you about my trip last year" (In the abstract, it's unclear whether the speaker did the speaking last year, or ABOUT the trip that TOOK PLACE last year, but this is almost always clear from context, and an extremely common way to convey the thought.)
Thank you. Your comment is the only one that has what I would consider sensible translations. I hope someone takes notice.
Why is the translation here different from the one given as the correct answer for the exercis, and which forgets the "mi" de mi viaje ?