Sometimes I hear "tó-mate" and other times I hear "tomá-te".Is there a rule-of-thumb here?
Well it is like saying tomato but with a e instead of a o
Y'all have to learn spanish vowel sounds, it'll be so useful
I pronunciated properly, but it did not acknowledge my speach correctly.
Maybe its because only YOU can acknowledge your speEch, lol
Thanks for giving me a laugh
It wants "with tomatoes", however I said "with tomatoe" surely I have it right? It is singular, surely?
Yes, it is singular. It should be "Con tomate?"
How do you tell when a word is meant to have el or la
Would you pronounce the plural of tomato as toh-mah-tays?
i hear tomate but how i am wrong
it does not pick up the "Con" part
I can't seem to get the words enunciated distinctly.
I am saying it correctly but the computer is not recognizing it.
No, sin tomate, por favor.
Somwtimws i hear con o tomate
Thanks for teaching me
With tamato it is correct ?
I wrote "with
So i heard, cual, cuan, Juan ...not con...which i would expect to hear as "cone"
I had to type this in, and for some reason i heard "tomá te"
You say tomato....
Yes but why is with tomato corret and a tomato incorret?
I think they are trying to get you to practice the verb 'con'- with, instead of defaulting to 'un'-a. This would probably help you to use a noun in different contexts, where una or un is not present.
I agree with your comment but I would just like to let you know that 'with' is not a verb. It is a 'preposition'. I had to check it out myself at https://www.spanishdict.com/translate/with
I think tomato may be like pan, leche, cebolla---generally there is no plural?
this is gay crap that needs to be removed
Why does it mark "a tomato" incorrect? Nobody would simply say "with tomato" in English. Either "with a tomato" or "with tomatoes"
"With tomato" is perfectly acceptable in English in many contexts.
Example, you are ordering a sandwich, and the person taking your order asks, "With tomato?"
Agree with Nick_Pr it is acceptable in English in many contexts.
I agree! You can say "with cheese" and that is ok.
I agree. In a sandwich, you could expect tomato singular but in a salad you might expect tomatoes.
yeah it does. when youre asking for tomatoes with a burger or with a salad.
With tomato is correct dude
No it has a e not a o at the end