"Mi jefa siempre usa vestidos bonitos."
Translation:My boss always wears pretty dresses.
my spanish teacher taught me that "to wear"=llevar. i thought usar was "to use". maybe it has two meanings?
It can, but not in this sentence.
Uso zapatos rojos. I wear red shoes. Uso un bolígrafo. I use a pen.
in the previous question "bonitas" was translated as "Cute" and beautiful was marked wrong. This is not very helpful when trying to learn Spanish?????
There must be several words in Spanish that can be used instead of "bonito", just like in English we can use - pretty, beautiful attractive etc.
2018-11-06 The iTranslate app lists four synonyms for bonito—attractivo, guapo, mono, y lindo—but indicates they are really only used for people, not things. However, there are many places in the southwestern United States named (noun) lindo/a. I'm almost certain guapo is used exclusively for people. Additionally, a word for "beautiful" is hermoso/a. I think I've seen that one used for places as well as people.