"Yo camino, tú caminas."
Translation:I walk, you walk.
Great work, just wish the song itself didn't irritate me as much as it does :/
I liked the song they used just wish it didn't sound like it was recorded with a potato.
DuoLingo needs to go to DuoGrammo. There should be a semicolon there, yes? Or are they not really used in Spanish?
Maybe but they are making us see the lingo! I am getting it perseverance and reviewing/revision like at school gets it in our long term memory! Thanks for all the comments from native speakers very constructive. Three year university course Duolingo cuts to the chase maybe six months should have a fair idea.. Phil
I am walking, you are walking. is correct and was accepted.
"yo camino." = i walk/i am walking/i do walk.
without context, it's ok, but with certain sentences, you can't say that way.
As a noun, camino means way, path, ... But here, it is the verb caminar (walk). I doubt I way, you way, he ways exists in English...
Why is it caminas and not camina especially since it is yo camino not yo caminos
Hope this link will help you, you have to learn conjugations, because verbs in Spanish are complicated. http://conjugueur.reverso.net/conjugaison-espagnol-verbe-caminar.html
I took this to mean I travel, you travel i.e camino in the sense of a journey/trip. That isn't wrong :s
I also thought cominar was to move, to travel by a mode of transportation and andar was to walk. Could someone explain this?
Cocino starts with "coc" which can sound like "cook." Camino = cam + in = come in = walking. Caballo starts with "cab" = horse (power). Hope this helps!
i think you choose how much time per day and even so, i don t think there s any limites for it
Why does you walk have to be feminine caminas, and why is it ellos pagas when ellos is masc, and pagas fem.
Verbs have no gender: Annie camina, Paul camina, ellos pagan, ellas pagan (tú pagas) ;]