"Mi madre es elegante."
Translation:My mother is elegant.
Have you noticed that you don't have to write mother you can write mom or mommy and it still accepts it
Does "elegante" directly translate to elegant, or does this phrase more exist as a generic compliment?
I'm 99% sure that it translates directly to elegant (don't quote me on that though).
It's weird how the voice sometimes sounds nothing like what the phrase is, right?
So glad they started using elegant for women for once. The elegant man thing was creeping me out.