"I am buying two tickets to go to the movies."
Translation:Compro dos entradas para ir al cine.
I put 'Compro dos billetes para ir al cine', but Duolingo didn't like that, giving the correct answer as 'boletas' instead of billetes, even though the hints gave 'entradas' and 'billetes' and not boletas as options for 'tickets'.
I'm in Spain and nobody uses the word 'boletas'. I tried billetes, tickets and it was having none of it.
Hey team! I tried "Comprando dos boletos para ir al cine" but "compro" was required instead; could we not use the continuous/progressive tense in this case?