Mi Passaporte mean my Passport but if you add more words to it, it makes it a whole full sentence as it was already a phrase Mi=My Hasta Mañana=see you tommorow And learn more from my other comments All this was Spanish Read More Of My Comments To Learn Some More Spanish Words And Tips
They are related in their etymology, and both means "door" (puerta)
Aeropuerto = door of air, aerial door.
Pasaporte is a borrowed word. It's from French meaning "to pass through the doors" (the doors of a city= the borders), it was the document required to pass the doors/borders.
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This is a greet sentence in Spanish.
¿Como ha estado?
This means How have you been?
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Because the word is "pasaporte". If it's spelled incorrectly it's not going to score it as a correct response because technically, it isn't. It wouldn't be a very useful program if it allowed for misspellings since that's part of ensuring the ACTUAL words are being learned in the language.