I could not hear "y."
It kind of hidden.
i just switched boy and girl
Here it says The boy and the girl, but we can pronouns like this: The boy and girl we can delete one ''THE'' okay
This is my complaint as well
I can not hear the y
Answer should have been accepted.
Well it did the good thing to boy and girli do not know why
I keep skiping the y
can anybody help me when to use ((la)) and when to use ((ella))?
"La" is the Spanish for "the" when referring to feminine nouns eg. "the table" is "la mesa". "Ella" is the Spanish for "she" eg. "she is tired" is "ella está cansada".
Hope this helps!
ella is 'she'
la is the female gendered for 'the'
Kept saying I typed in english when I had typed in Spanish.
I wish it would stop giving me this sentence over and over and over. Obviously it's one of the easiest in the unit.
El means he so I typed he boy.
El is the male gendered 'the'
Which microphone am I tapping. I know how to pronounce the words and I do but I am doing something wrong.
I found my phone has a delay, wait until the centre microphone is blue then speak. Also if you look at the text it changes colour to green when you get pronunciation correct.
When is the accent used on the El. In this sentence it is not used.
Theres no sound for any of the "type what you hear" problems!
didn't sound like that at all!
I would also like to know about the accent on el - sometimes I don't put it and its wrong
I was backspacing to make a correction
I wrote el niño la niña. And it turned out to be el niño y la niña.
I could not hear the y either! I just put a comma, but thay was marked wrong.