No, thats where the app is difficult. En is used for in, at, and on. But english grammer doesnt allow "at the train."
I put at the train to... a previous one said at the airport when it was en el auropuerto
I agree. If "en el aeropuerto" translates to "at the airport" than it perfectly fine to translate "en el tren" as " at the train".
If the train is sitting at the station waiting until it's time to depart, you could ask someone to meet you at the train.
We wouldn't really say at the train, but we would say at the train station.
Language is so interesting! "In the train" isn't a thing. We would say "on the train" but honestly "in the train" would make more sense. We aren't actually on it haha.
And if I were to try to use "in the train" I'm trying to think what that would even mean. Maybe in the engine, or some structural part of it? Like you're trapped? Lol
I'm never gonna use this sentence cuz there aren't any trains in Trinidad where I'm from :-(
The request is to type the Spanish I hear. I type the Spanish and then it is counted as incorrect.
That's kind of confusing? I said "on the train" and it didn't accept it, but in another example, it said that "en" is also "on". ???