Tu stands for "Your" while Tú stands for "You". El stands for "The" while Él stands for "He". The accents change the meaning of the word.
Why wouldn't it be marida for a woman? I believe they say it this way in South America.
I got marked wrong for this too, but WordReference seems to say that while you can use "marido" for husband, the reverse doesn't apply.
My thoughts exactly
I used "mujer".
The word is more commonly used to mean "woman", but it is not incorrect usage as "wife".
Tu stands for yoouuu
Does the sound the word tu makes when you click it on this question sound really weird for anyone else?
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Pareja which is the answer given by Duolingo does not mean wife. Wife is Esposa. Anyone know any different.
I got it totally wrong anyway.
Pareja is couple or partner, esposa is wife as you say.
Why is it TU esposa instead of SU esposa?
Tu is the familiar form, whereas su is the polite form
Tu mujer, surely?
I use marida and esposa interchangeably but this seems to disagree!
How is Tú pronounced?
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I said Tu Esposa and it said I was incorrect and the answer was Vuestra Esposa. Vuestra hasn't even shown up in a lesson, is anyone else having this issue?
So su esposa is also accepted?? Can someone give me an explaination please?
Tui and tu differentiate plese
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Why does "Tu" not have an accent, I also notice this sometimes with "El"?
Tu stands for "Your" while Tú stands for "Yiu". El stands for "The" while Él stands for "He". The accents change the meaning of the words.
Tú only has accent when it means the pronoun "You". In this case it's the possesive "your"