"I do not want to speak Spanish."
Translation:Yo no quiero hablar español.
Is this a Spanish verson of ha ha? Because if it is then I'll be very impressed
Because "hablo" means "I speak" and "hablar" is "to speak". So you would be saying "I do not want I speak Spanish" Hope this helped :)
I was confused about this but you've explained it for me so thanks lol!
only conjugate the first verb in a sentence. so its "no quiero" (conjugated) followed by the infinitive to speak "hablar"
why was this marked wrong ´´no quiero hablar español.´´ i thought the ´´YO´´ isnt needed?
You are right, the "Yo" isn't actually needed. Duolingo just hasn't put that as an option for a correct answer, but it is right either way.
Why does duolinguo pronounce b's like v's. Thought it was the other way around
The english V is not in the Spanish alphabet. Try looking up guides on how to pronounce the Spanish alphabet. You will know that V and B both sound the same.
Like Vivir is actually pronounced as "bibir"
Because duolingo does stuff like that ALL of the time. It's really annoying if i actually need a hint. I have done 3 languages on here and it does it the most on Spanish. Provably because Spanish, comparitively is a bit more complex.
I thought habla was associated with I, or singular. Why do we use hablar here instead of hablo? Thanks.
I speak = Yo hablo
I do not speak = Yo no hablo
I do not want
to speak. = Yo no quiero
He speaks = Él habla
He does not speak = Él no habla
He does not want
to speak. = Él no quiere