"Your ticket."

Translation:Tu boleto.

May 18, 2018


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What's the difference between Tu and Tú, when are they used?

June 28, 2018


Tu=your Tú=you

July 18, 2018


I can't even find the dotted 'u' on my keyboard :)

October 4, 2018


you can make the u with an acute accent (ú) in windows by holding down your alt key and typing 0250. (there might be an easier way, but that's the way I know!) Or you can use the little special character input integrated in duolingo. If all else fails you can use your windows character map (usually somewhere in the accessories menu). On most smartphones if you press and hold the letter it will give you a little popup menu of accented versions of that letter.

October 11, 2018


On a cellphone, hold down the 'letter' you need ie u & ú. On a pc I've only ever used the symbol tool.

January 16, 2019


On a PC using US International Keyboard (and maybe some others) type ' followed by u and it will come out as ú. The same applies to other vowels.

July 6, 2019


why can ticket be both "boleto" and "boleta"? why and when is the gender change used?

October 23, 2018


My guess is that it's cause in this case someone is possessing it? Like if a female owns it, it's boleta, and if a male owns it, boleto. I believe when things are possessive, the o/a reflects the gender of the owner?

September 16, 2019


Where is boleto/boleta from? I've lived in Spain for four years and never ever heard boleto/boleta, only billete or ticket.

November 7, 2018


Su billete works as well

October 3, 2018


Is 'boleto' masculine or feminive? How do I know?

November 6, 2018


Usually if the word ends in an o, it's masculine. If it ends with an a, feminine.

January 4, 2019


Why is it ti instead of tu?

September 8, 2019


"Tu tícket", should be accepted. "Boleto" is used in Latinoamérica. In Spain we use: "billete" and "tícket".

September 13, 2019


we use ticket here in Spain all the time, parking for example.

August 16, 2018


I have two choices, both of which are correct. You were not specific as to familiar (tu) or formal (su). I have both answers.

October 28, 2018


When do you use boleto vs. boleta? Also, in what part of the Spanish speaking world is boleto used vs. billete or ticket?

January 23, 2019


Hi. I'm Spanish. In Spain we do not use "boleto", which is used mostly in Latin America. In Spain we use "billete" or "tícket".

September 13, 2019


It would be nice if you could here it spoken after you type to get a better understanding of the spoken language

June 18, 2019


If there is no audio on the lesson page, I sometimes go to the discussion page solely for the audio.

September 21, 2019
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