"Un carro y una bicicleta."
Translation:A car and a bicycle.
i hear "un carro una bicicleta" what i do not hear is the "y" (and) being pronounced.
Yes, i hear "Ina", and I also hear "In" (Un) as of July 8 2018
Yeah!!! I put in "Una bicicleta" because i assumed it was a pronounciation error. ❓❓❓
Hi Duo, wake up guys. Add all the proper translations! Carro is a trolly, a cart in Spain and a car in SAmerica. A car in Spain is a coche, if you ask for a carro all you get is a trolly or strange looks for mixing up the "languages". Explain the use of the words properly by region and then leave it to the learner to choose on which region s/he wants to focus.
Is there any difference between carro and coche. I speak quite good spanish and only know the word coche.
I think carro is only used in South America, in Spain I have never heard anyone call a car a carro here.
Yes i heard yuna or ina. The 'y una' was merged and 'una' would sound different without the 'y'. I'll take note of the 'coche' by the way. I'm a Nigerian and Princessa is my real name in THAT spelling