It's good to have goals.
jugo instead of zumo?
In Mexico, and elsewhere, it is jugo. Just a regional difference.
They are synonyms.
hasta ahora he oído "zumo" solamente en españa.
Porque estoy enferma...
Zumo y jugo son lo mismo
And bebo is wrong?
«Bebo» means "I drink".
ir a + infinitivo
has anybody tried to see if DL will accept "O.J." TV works for TV.
Silly question, why can it not be bebo?
If you use 'bebo', then this will translate as, 'Today I am going to I drink....'. After 'voy a', the second verb should be in the infinitive, 'beber'.
Why is "bebe" wrong?
Why is ven
It shouldn't be ven.
Why is bebe wrong
After a form of "ir a", you have to use an infinitive. "Hoy voy a beber..."
I did it correctly.
Dance farm strong.
For what it's worth, when the computer female voice says "naranja," that "j" sounds like a hard "g" in English, like the "g" in "orangutan." Is that right?
In the fast speech that I can listen to here it's clearly a [x] sound, the sound that a Spanish 'j' usually makes.