Some verbs always require a preposition placed after that verb. Jugar is one of them. Jugar + a + object = to play a (game, sport)
Here you go! :)
I have never seen baseball played on a beach, have any of you? Volley, surfing, frisbee, kickball, skating... hmm?
I was thinking the same thing. No, I never have. Sliding home would be torture for everyone involved.
You are both correct, but maybe there's a field in a nearby town? Duo does accept AT the beach.
Sound quality is poor on the normal speed of audio version. I don't know how to formally report this because "Report" doesn't offer a category for this kind of issue.
Agreed. Very jerky (meaning it jumps). She sounds like someone is tickling her.
There is not much the course creators can do about poor sound quality. The courses use a TTS (text-to-speech) engine. If it is really bad you can open a bug report and they may decide to disable the listening exercises for this particular sentence.
Jugar wants it!
What you're really saying with Jugar is:
Yo juego al béisbol... I play at the baseball...
So it's a contraction of a and el = al.
Verbs that uses these: