why isn't "no, no tengo preguntas" okay? I thought the "I" is implied in the tengo....
Your answer is correct, perhaps just not in the database yet. Use the Report button and select "my answer should be accepted."
Since when did they start leaving out the "the"?
Why is it not no, yo no tiene perguntas
Just curious why sometimes they use yo and other times they don't.
It does seem inconsistent with when they do and when they don't, but either is correct. I like concision so usually avoid the yo whenever possible.
In spanish, you don" need to pronoun with the verb. For example, in English we say "i am " which translates to "yo soy " but you could just say "soy ___" and it mean the same thing
Tenderspore - your second way is grammatically incorrect. One would not say "me don't have questions".
thank you. Sorry for the delay in thanking you.
Funny, this one just must be the reply to the last one I had. The one right before this was a question, "¿Juan, tienes más preguntas?"
What is the difference between 'yo' and 'me'. "no, me no tengo preguntas" was marked incorrect. I don't disagree, I just want to understand. Thanks
"Yo" is mostly "I"
"Me" is mostly "me"
Why isn't las needed before preguntas?