No, but I meant. they say it is : What out for the dog. It's a typing error I think :P
I agree! I also think it should be "watch out for the dog"!!
They say a correct answer is: what out for the dog. I typed "watch". I'm guessing I am right?
Cuidado as an imperative suggests there is some danger involved. I think just saying 'watch the dog' lacks that tone, as you could be saying watch him roll over, or twitch as he sleeps.
Why isn´t ¨Be careful with the dog¨ correct?
why is it beware of the dog and not beware with the dog.......its says con not de