"Estamos disfrutando mucho este viaje."

Translation:We are really enjoying this trip.

June 3, 2018



We are enjoing this trip a lot really should work but it didn't.

January 17, 2019


I agree!

August 5, 2019


We really are enjoying this trip should also be accepted

July 18, 2018


There's a different in meaning beyween we really are and we are really

We are really means you are enjoying it alot whereas we really are means you truly are enjoying it.

The former explains how much fun you're having whereas the latter, you're arguing that you are enjoying it.

That's why it's wrong.

August 15, 2018


While technically you are correct about the meanings the sum result is the same. It is a difference with no real difference.

October 7, 2018


I beg to differ!

August 5, 2019


I got it wrong by writing we really are enjoying this trip.

July 2, 2018


Me too Gus.

August 14, 2018


I was marked wrong for "We are enjoying a lot this trip" as in, "enjoying a lot [of things/activities]." The English is correct; any gurus de espaƱol who can help me out as far as if my translation is actually incorrect?

March 30, 2019


We are really enjoying this trip

April 22, 2019


Shouldn't "We are enjoying very much this trip" work too?

November 6, 2018


I don't know for sure if it is wrong but it certainly isn't how we normally talk in English. Very awkward word order you have there. It would normally be 'We are enjoying this trip very much.

November 6, 2018


Anyone else frustrated with duo underlining the wrong "wrong" word? Keep looking at the underlined word and thinking This is Not Wrong! Often takes me ages to work out what Is wrong after :-(

November 14, 2018


Google Translate produces the same answer as Duo.

March 14, 2019


Maybe "travel" as a noun is a bit wierd, but I still think this sentence should be accepted: "We are enjoying this travel a lot"

June 3, 2018


Native English speaker, and I would never use travel that way. I've also never heard it used that way. Has anyone else?

January 21, 2019
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