Noooo!!! Don't give your husband a red shirt; he'll get killed!
I don't understand why sometimes the article 'o' is needed before 'meu marido' in this instance, can someone please explain?
Take a look: http://duolingo.com/#/comment/64947
Duo is giving me the correct answer as "The red shirt is TO my husband" How in the world is that correct in English???
I just can't write "husband" without an O at the end.
I damn you, fandom!! D:‹
"marido" is related to "marry". It literally means "married".
That dulingo trans' makes no f** sense :s !!! XD