"Un sombrero barato."
Translation:A cheap hat.
Does barato only mean cheap as in inexpensive, or does it also mean cheap as in of poor quality? And what about cheap as in sneekily taking advantage of another person?
Most often the system misses one of the words I repeat. I'd think it was just my device, but it happens no matter what device I use (phone or laptop). Very frustrating to be continually counted wrong when you've repeated exactly what the lesson requires. Does this happen to anyone else?
I am just a beginner but i think of 'barato' as 'bargain' as opposed to 'cheap.' I have yet to try that as an answer however...
There is a little difference between cheap and inexpensive. Barato will go with Cheap or Inexpensive or Both?
I put, "an affordable hat" in a test and got it wrong. I feel the translation is accurate!
just put hat, i did that and it worked. you dont want to get to complex or it wont work
This was part of a practice session. Although sessions are to use words I've already learned, it seems commonplace to include words i've not previously seen or heard. I'm all in for new words yet they should be introduced in a manner other than oral. Newbees like me can't extrapolate new words simply by hearing them!
im really confused, it says 'un sombrero barato' but sombrero means hat so it means 'a hat cheap', not a cheap hat. also it is like that with colors and other words like 'una ralda gris', ralda means skirt so it must mean a skirt grey, but that doesn't make sense so it means a grey skirt? im so confused!!! please help me out!! (:
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The sentence when it says hat before cheap I thought it said a hat cheap but it said a cheap hat
i know right, im English so it would be 'a hat cheap' im really confused on that