I posted "Why have they not cleaned the tables". DL no like! Anyone agree / tell me where it went wrong?
That would be "¿Por qué no han limpiado sus mesas?
The subject pronoun is almost always drop in Spanish, though DL never does.
Perfectly good English sentence which conveys the same thought as the Spanish. You're doing fine and that's all that counts
Why are they testing me on past tense? This section and the Memories section are both BEFORE past tense. There's definitely something wrong here.
At least in the current lesson tree, the tips section for the Memories lesson introduces the past tense conjugations for yo and tú for viajar (-ar), comer (-er), vivir (-ir) and the irregular verbs estar and ir. The tips section for the Farm lesson covers the past tense conjugations for él/ella/usted and ellos/ellas/ustedes for the same verbs.
Why didn't you all clean the tables? I guess I should've used "yall"!
The "ellos" in the sentence tells you it's "they," not you/you all/y'all.
Two questions. 1)What's wrong with animals performing human like chores? 2)And what in this phrase indicates that it is past tense?
In English we put the "they" after the "didn't" for a question.
You can only word it this way if it's part of a sentence, for example, "That's why they didn't clean the tables."