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"Estos zapatos son muy pequeños."

Translation:These shoes are very small.

June 17, 2018



I know there's a difference between these and those, but I can never keep them straight. Does anyone have have any tricks to keep them straight?


"this and these are the ones with the T's" Este and estos = this and these Eso and esos = that and those


"estas" vs. "estes" vs. "estos"?

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Ahhh, these. First off, there is no estes. Only estos and estas, which have intuitive endings. Same with the singular esta.

The only goofy ones are este for singular masculine and esto for concepts or something of unknown gender.

Note that está, estás, esté, and estés also exist---but they are all forms of the verb estar.


It would be great to get feedback on these recordings. I thought I had said the phrase perfectly, but I was scored incorrect, and I have no idea why! It could be a technical issue (with my laptop) but it could have been my pronunciation. It is frustrating that I have no means of knowing.


These v. those ? :(


These: estos/estas.
Those: esos/esas.


Yes Lauren a good way to remember is that .... this and these have t's and that and those don't


Ese vs este i used the trick, thaT stole a T. The new ones will take me a bit to remember


Answered with these shoes are too small and it marked my answer wrong. Checked the different meanings of muy in that sentence: (very, really,too)


Muy is "very", while demasiado is "too"


The word 'too' rather than 'so' should have been the option.


These directions are messed up. The sentence given was a mixture of Spanish and English.

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