"¿Cuándo viajas otra vez, Miguel?"

Translation:When are you traveling again, Miguel?

April 9, 2018



Viaja should also be accepted

April 9, 2018


All the answers should be accepted. When am I traveling again?
When are you traveling again?
When are we traveling again?
When are we traveling again?
When are they traveling again?

For all we know, Miguel is a travel agent or the boss or the lieutenant in charge of the troops on maneuvers.

November 19, 2018


Am i missing something here, surely it can only be Tú viajas the verb ending is for Tú ???

February 22, 2019


To me, it can be viaja if you aren't close enough to Miguel to use Tú.

It can be viajan if you see that Miguel is the 3rd party you are talking to about a group of people who want to travel again.

Besides, it could be viajamos because you ask Miguel about when you and Miguel are going to travel together again.

However, the "When am I traveling again?" doesn't make sense and shouldn't be accepted. Why would you expect someone else to know about your business?

March 26, 2019


When he is your manager.

March 27, 2019


When someone is funding for his/her travel, then only that someone destined to know about our/my travel schedule.

May 7, 2019


Yup. How are we supposed to know if the speaker is buddies with Miguel or not???

June 14, 2018


Here's my theory:

I was thinking the same, but then I realized the fact that if you're addressing someone formally, you often use their last name (like "Mr. Smith"). The fact that the speaker is using Miguel's first name would likely indicate that they are addressing Miguel informally.

July 30, 2018


They assume because you know his name that you are already acquainted, I made the same mistake. Just because you know someones name it doesnt mean you know them well.

September 4, 2018


I don't think knowing a person's name means you know them well. But addressing someone only by their first name (without any other title like "Don") indicates a familiarity that means they would use the "tú" form.

June 5, 2019



September 11, 2018


I agree!

January 1, 2019


I would imagine that if you're on first name terms with someone, that you wouldn't need to speak formally, i. e. in the third person.

March 6, 2019


Why not implying i will be travelling with him and asking for when? Viajamos....

June 28, 2018


In fact, a lot of verb forms would work: "When are they traveling again, Michael?", "When are we traveling again, Michael?, etc. all make perfect sense.

July 28, 2018


Yes, exactly! The usage of the first name implies that the person asking knows Michael, but the asking person could ask about when they, we, I, you, (maybe not you formal) he, she, it .... will travel again. It all depends on the situation, and since we don't have any further information about that, we simply can't tell.

August 25, 2018


I thought it's referring to "We"...

July 31, 2018


That was my first reaction, too.

November 19, 2018


How do you know who he is referring too?

June 4, 2018


Just because you call him by his first name does NOT indicate familiarity. It could be a teacher addressing a student. Or an older adult speaking to a young person.

October 6, 2018


Or it could be a last name without a title.

February 6, 2019


Not accepting "viaja" in this sentence is the type of arbitrary word usage that really bothers me when I work on Duolingo.

October 14, 2018


This answer is really confusing and I agree with many of the comments below

November 29, 2018


When do you travel another time Miguel? Not yet accepted.

May 14, 2019


what about "when do you travel again, miguel" being rejected? you travel, you do travel, you are travelling

July 6, 2019


Yes, that should be accepted.

July 6, 2019


I agree wih redda18

July 6, 2018


There's no way to tell what answer is right.

February 6, 2019


I had to try them all until one was accepted.

February 6, 2019


Viaja should absolutely be accepted.

February 8, 2019


Mi cerebro está girando.

March 10, 2019


Does anybody know why "otra vez" couldn't be traslated as "next time"?!

June 24, 2019


The stress is on the first syllable on "Miguel". It needs to be corrected.

June 30, 2019
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