"I have six classes in the university."
Translation:Yo tengo seis clases en la universidad.
NO JOKE: Duolingo told me I missed a word: "tengo seis 2 clases en la universidad." What the heck is the "2" doing in there? Must be a temporary glitch
Me too - and I lost a heart while trying to test out of it. I'll report the extraaneous "2" also.
Spanish lets you drop plenty of words:
Yo necesito agua - > necesito agua
Tu necesitas agua - > necesitas agua
Ella/El/ necesita agua - > necesita agua
Same pattern for most things, once you learn the conjugations.
Yo, in this sentence is unnecessary, because in spanish when the subject is obvious it is not necessary to write it.
It's not clear to me why there is 'in the university' here. Of course, this is not a question of Spanish, but still, in another task 'at the university' was required ...
''Tengo seis clases en la universidad'' is correct as well. Duolingo marks it incorrect, suggesting ''Tengo seis 2 clases en la universidad''. Please fix.
Does Duolingo actually read these discussions, and how do you report an error?
En español no es necesario decir yo antes de una oración por que las palabras ya dan a entender que es primera persona.
The "2" is gone: Sept. 5th...
By the way, "Tengo seis clases universitarias." ...sounds good, to me!
Translation: I have six university classes.
Some of the questions need reviews. I put the correct answer the computer said it was wrong.