why is the 'tu' in this statement not accented?
Tú = you, tu = your
nice. Never even noticed that
Yes, thank you. I came here to ask that question too.
"Tú" = you. "Tu" = your
"Su" = his, hers, your(formal)
Señor, este es su libro.
Dang thats a lot of xp but gracias
Ohh thank you soooo much
I thought su was your
The Castillan-spanish for ticket is "Billete"
It's kind of funny, I am constantly confusing "tiqueta"(?), which is 'tag', with "ticket" being 'boleto'! :'>
Can someone please explain billeto vs. boleto?
Spanishdict translates both "billete" and "boleto" as ticket but "billete" is primarily used in Spain and "boleto" is primarily used in Latin America.
Why does it sound like '2 Voleto' at normal speed, but like '2 Boleto' when the turtle is clicked for pronunciation word by word?
why it sounds like tu voleto? Where does the v sound come from?
Hi, who tell me , please : Why the word "boleto" not "boleta" which also means your ticket
Is it voleto or boleto?
I am saying it right but it is not working
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What does your ticket mean, you have received a ticket here its yours?
alright can you not sya the word with a accient
Ticket = billete in Spanish