how can I know that this sentence is about "her" and not about "him"? why not "he wants to..."? what is the rule about it?
There is indeed no way to know whether it should be "he" or "she". I reported it
"he wants to sell the new dress" is marked correct for me 2020-11-08
"would like to" = "wants to," yes/no
I don't understand what does this "m" at the final of the subjects. Does it indicate there is a subject? Thanks :)
In this instance it indicates that it is the object, not the subject. I.e. it indicates the accusative case.
You often allow "he/she would like" for vult. Why not here?
this exercice has absolutely no sound... !
I have audio (on Chrome).
Please, report "There's no audio", or fill a bug report (indicating your OS, your browser, etc.)