Same here, duolingo threw a curveball but thankfully I guessed right. Hablar sounds like the verb itself ("to speak") so I guessed it may have been hablan!
Hablar = to speak, to talk
Habl / ar
Habl + o = I speak
Habl + as = you (familiar) speak
Habl + a = he, she, it speaks; you (formal) speak
Habl + amos = we speak
Habl + an = they, you (plural) speak
Why doesnt the app explain this? And also have a list of words youve learnt...?? Or is that hidden somewhere?
Under "words" in the menu, you can find all the words you have learned in Duolingo. Select the word you want and click "more details" to see how it is conjugated. Cheers :)
Habl + áis = you speak (known as "you all speak"/"y'all speak")
Las estudiantes can be replaced with 'they' and just like with ''you, I, he and she'', 'they' adds it's own addition to a verb. It is an 'n'. So that explains hablaN instead of hablo/habla/hablas/hablar.
What makes a question is changing of intonation orally and in texts we find questions normally written like ¿this?.
why "las", Guess they're trying to say 'female' students, but shouldn't it always be "los"?