In a question where DL asks the Spanish for "the car" it didn't accept "el coche". The reason why I am posting this here is because the discussion section was not available however I did leave a note to say my answer should have been accepted. Has anybody else got this problem with the same question. 14 Sept 2018
Can I get away with trilling my 'R' with the middle of my tongue or is this obvious/silly? I literally just learned this skill after practicing for a couple of years with the German 'R' and working my tongue forward from there, but it is very hard to pronounce the trilled 'R' in certain words and after certain vowels.
"Tú" (with accent mark) and "tu" (without accent mark) are two different words.
"Tú" (with accent mark) means "You". For example, "Tú eres muy simpático" (You are very nice).
"Tu" (without accent mark) means "Your". For example, "Tu hermano es muy simpático" (Your brother is very nice).
Hope this helps you along your Spanish journey!