"I want to live in a pretty town."
Translation:Quiero vivir en un pueblo bonito.
this is is crazy, you put the "Yo" it gives an error, you don't use the "yo" in other questions, it also gives an error. no consistency
Hold up, hold up, hold up Duolingo!!! You really marked my answer wrong because I put "yo" in front of it when every other time I don't put "yo" in front of something you say "Another correct answer: Yo tengo un gato" WHAT THE HECK!?!?!
PREHAPS THE USE OF "YO" IS UNNECESSARY OR REDUNDANT BUT I DO NOT SEE WHY IT IS WRONG. I WAS ALSO MARKED WRONG
I am so pleased that it is not just me. Beginning to rue spending so many hours and seeming not to be progressing. So thank you for helping me feel a little better about it.
Adding the 'yo' adds emphasis it isn't strictly required but then it wasn't strictly required in all of the earlier questions where it was marked as correct - so as per other users comments please can we ensure consistency in the way in which these questions are marked OR at some stage make it clear that from this point onwards 'Yo" will only be used for emphasis etc...
I put Yo before Quiero and it marked it as incorrect. IMHO Duolingo is not perfect, but it still works quite well. My Spanish is improving.
"yo" is not incorrect. I get it, one can choose to only use the correct verb without a pronoun but it shouldn't be wrong to use a pronoun
i put Quiero vivir en un pueblo bonita what is wrong with that? will someone plz explain
I believe it is because pueblo is masculine and you should have used bonito. You correctly used "un" pueblo but then switched to the feminine bonita.
Please improve your consistency when the sentence begins with a personal pronoun. Sloppy programming!!!!
have the same problem here! i'm sure putting "yo" in the sentence doesn't make it wrong! PLEASE FIX IT!!!
Bonito for describing a noun that is masculine and bonita for describing a noun that is feminine.
How to understand if a noun is masculine or feminine? Are there any rules or this is something we have to just memorise?
Most of the time if it ends in "a" it is feminine and if it ends in "o" it is masculine... but there are many exceptions. https://www.thoughtco.com/words-that-break-the-gender-rule-3078133