"Where do you want to study?"
Translation:¿Dónde quieres estudiar?
I wrote: "¿Dónde tú quieres estudiar?" and it marked the answer as wrong. I agree that tú may not be needed but it doesn't make the answer wrong. Opinions?
I did the same thing, even though one of the earlier questions had 'Donde queires' in it. I just included the 'tu' as it makes it easier to remember the conjugations.
Did the same, got the same result. I don't see how this is considered wrong, subject pronouns are "optional " and are commonly used for clarification.
Yes i see what you are all saying, but because quieres refers to tu because it as a S on the end of quiere(s) which automatically means tu form, you then don't need tu because it already states it. So technically you are saying where do you you want to study
MIND. BLOWN. (Cue the explosion!) That makes so much sense! I kind of wish that Duo told you why your answer was wrong, it wasn't very clear in this what I did wrong. Thanks, Mike266946, for really clearing things up!
I'll take this with a grain of salt. I have used tu quieres in many answers and have not been counted wrong.
FOR EVERYONE WHO LOOKS AT THIS DISCUSSION: Please take a look at Mike266496's explanation. Here it is:
Yes I see what you are all saying, but because quieres refers to tu, (because it has a S on the end of quiere(s) ), which automatically means tu, you then don't need to say tu because it already states it. So technically you are saying "Where do you you want to study?"
DL is very inconsistent in it's application of using yo, tu, usted, ella, ellos, etc. Very strange.
donde tu quieres estudiar my answer
¿Dónde quieres estudiar? duo's answer
Where do you want to study : duo's question
Mine was marked wrong and said it should be ¿Dónde quiere estudiar? (copied ans pasted)
I understand the explanation but DL is still inconsistent. In an earlier problem, DL said, :Translate into English, "Tu vives en Europa." Meaning: You live in Europe. They used Tu and vives together. (obviously I can't type the u with the accent)