Translation:Did you meet a lot of people on your trip?
And I answered: Did you know a lot of people on your trip-and was also marked wrong. I can see asking this question...a social club posts an activity/trip for all members and you're asking if , as a member of that club, did they knew anyone on that particular trip. Would I ask it differently then?
I understand that conociste is the past tense form of conocer (to know or to meet), however, "met" is the past tense of the English "meet", or to be more precise, "to have met" is the (a?) past tense form that seems to me to be at least as "correct" as "did __ meet,"
I translated the question as, "Have you met a lot of people on your trip?" I do not understand why I did not receive credit.
(Please explain the difference between "did he meet, did you meet, did they meet," etc., and "has he met, have you met, have they met," etc.)