"Mom, what are we eating today?"
Translation:Mamá, ¿qué comemos hoy?
I think it's how English uses "to be"/are differently. In English you can't say "what we eat today?" You need "are we eating" to get the right verb tense to agree with "we". But comemos already covers the tense and the "we", so no form of "are" is necessary in this sentence in Spanish
Has anyone else been having problems this week. Two or three days ago, I'd completed at least 3 exercises, but the was no change to my achievement, so I stopped. The same is happening today. I've just completed two exercises with no change to my progress. So giving up again.