"Ella está muy emocionada."
Translation:She is very excited.
This tripped me up because I answered with ," She is very emotional." and it marked it as correct. In another question, I translated same word to emotional, and was marked incorrect. (which I did end up looking up outside of DL, and realized I was wrong in the first place, and it does in fact translate to excited.)
“Emocionado” really does mean “excited.” “Emotional” would be “emocional”. https://dictionary.reverso.net/english-spanish/Emotional
It would be good if Duo put the English translation on the android App banner.
If you touch the word, don’t you get a hint? It does depend on the kind of lesson exercise though. “Banner?”
I put "emotional" and was accepted, according to GT, it is "excited". Now confused.
“Emotional” would be “emocional.” “Emocionado” really is “excited.” Scroll up for the dictionary links.
Well emotional and excited are actually pretty similar, because emotional can refer to many emotions you can have, such as angry, sad, or excited.
Wouldn’t you rather be specific? If someone just got a gift for her birthday, I would say she was excited. If I said she was emotional, someone might think that she burst into tears or threw it across the room? Scroll up for more information.
That actually happened at a birthday party I went to. It was pretty awkward.
She is really excited. It was accepted.
You can use really to emphasize an adjective.
Apparently the correct translation is " she is very moved" at least thats what it told me!!!!!! What the heck
If you are using a phone hold the letter down and a menu will appear that you can choose the correct accented letter from.
Why are the hints no longer accessible when I move the indicator over them?
They used to be available at the sentence discussions and now only on the lesson page.
If you can say it you can spell it. Spanish is really good about spelling matching pronunciation. There are a few exceptions (ll vs y, "c" as a hard or soft "c") but ultimately, sound it out and you should be able to spell it.