Why "la boca " and not tu boca or su boca
In Spanish, like other romance languages, parts of the body are "la boca", "el pie", and "la oreja", not "my mouth", "his foot", or "your ear".
Why is 'What do you have in THE mouth?' not correct?
You tell me!
What's in your mouth should also be accepted
what have you in your mouth? Way is this wrong?
Why is not "What do you have in the mouth", but "What do you have in YOUR mouth"
Great, I feel like I'm back at school.
What do you have in your mouth?
Why is what have you in your mouth not accepted as this is correct in English do is not used very much
Should "what's in your head" be correct? I tried it and obviously got it wrong even though I knew it was questionable
SHE's asking us? She's the one doing lessons with marbles in her mouth.