"Where's the airport?"
Translation:¿Dónde está el aeropuerto?
It does if you turn on INTL Keyboard by pressing CTRL+ Space. Then you can click things, such as ` and n at the same time, forming ǹ.
I understand that the verb ser “to be” is used for when things are permanent or it is the essence of that thing, but in this instance I’m confused cause the airport isnt moving anywhere in close future?
I think of estrr as exists. As in "the airport exists here" mkes as much sense as the airport is here.
I made the same mistake, but I think it's because the English translation would be 'Where the airport?'