Translation:A tall girl and a short girl.
The second una sounds like ina to me.
me too. Could it be the laurel/yanni phenom?
I thought it had to be e, instead of y, where there is a vowel?
I think it may have to do with the sound more than anything.
Frustrating to speak correctly and answer says it was wrong -- even though exactly same!
I wrote it correct
And another garbled "una"
What is wrong with saying daughter?
Niña is girl, not daughter. Hija is daughter.
...what? What/ where/ How are they?