Quiero is already conjugated, and you can only have one conjugated verb per clause. The other verbs will stay in their infinitive form or become participles. You do the same in English, saying "He wants to write", using the infinitive "to write" instead of conjugating both verbs and saying "He wants writes."
Thats it for me. Im never answering another spoken robot recording. Its a real let down using the app. My best advice is STOP USING THE APP. The mobile site is leaps and bounds more useful. The app is disheartening and angers me into quiting daily . i admit im going pretty hardcore everyday.. But im boycotting the spoken word junk, its not up to par with the system.
Didn't see anywhere in instruction that "bir" is pronounced "bish" - rhymes with dish... - how in the world??? I'm coming back to practice and I got it right ONLY because I knew what it was SUPPOSED to be. She says "bish" - fast or slow... and if bir is supposed to be pronounced bish, then why doesn't Duo teach you that???
Bonzer, the sound at the end of the sentence is a devoiced trilled 'r'. Depending on the speaker, it can come in many different variations. When I do it, for example, it usually sounds like a little whistle. Otherwise, things similar to 'sh', 's', or a Spanish 'j' sound are common as well.
I already had can't speak so didn't leave much. Was my last heart at the end of a lesson. Happens when I accidently hit the check button too. Can't blame Duo, but it is frustrating. Just wanted to be sure I wasn't missing a way to back out of an unintended action. Having "check" in the same place and away from my space bar would be a suggestion. I use my phone so not much room. Thank you for your response. Have a wonderful day.