Very useful sentence.
Anyone else just find this hilarious? Duolingo makes the best out-of-context sentences sometimes.
Why can't I say, Coma usted la salsa?
Confused about this sentence?
It is an Imperative (learning obj for the Requests skill earlier) that may be here for DL's spaced repetition learning system or is simply in the wrong Skill.
What Señora Goose said to Señor Gander?
LOST IN THE SAUCE
It’s a command. Why not Coma la salsa
The answer could be "comes" or "come" I think.
No, this is a command, so
Could be something I have not taken yet. Thanks
Commands are in the Imperative (and sometimes the Subjunctive) Mood. The are used to give orders, unlike normal (Indicative Mood) verbs that state a fact or ask a factual question.
That's what I thought (coma usted)--but, once again, this computer accepts only the familiar.
A command would be Comas for tú
No, comas would only be for a negative command, "¡no comas!"