"Do you want to eat with me today?"
Translation:¿Quieres comer conmigo hoy?
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[24 May 2019 22:09 UTC]
They probably would forgive you (this isn't French after all), but in big city stores they are likely to switch into English to either (1) make matters more convenient for you, (2) speed things up at the check-out counter, or (3) take the opportunity to practice their English with you!
My sister and I went to a Mexican supermarket in a nearby large town a few months ago. My sister is a high school Spanish teacher and studied in Mexico for 6 months, and is always looking for opportunities to have a real conversation with someone in Spanish. She went to the checkout counter and you could see on the cashier's face that she was preparing to switch to English to humor the white person, but my sister beat her to it and started speaking in Spanish. The cashier got the biggest smile on her face! So, there are places even here in the US where the ability to speak Spanish can be useful. :)
No one typed it in. There are students who like to think the sentences are computer generated so are automatically always right. But that is not the case. There exist the means to report things that need to be included in the Duolingo database and someone has done that as "tú" is accepted now
As of 8/29/18 it's corrected to include. "Tu quieres comer conmigo hoy". Scary question, I am sloppy with using accents and capitals even in my first language. Recently, I have been trying to obey rules, before d.l. let it slide. It feels like now that I have tried using accents "here & there" even if I type the correct words in the proper order it NOW tells me every time that I have a typo???? Did I curse myself? haha