"She runs with my aunt."
Translation:Ella corre con mi tía.
I really appreciate these exercises. They reinforce what I learned levels ago, and also decades ago. Has this happened to anyone else -- you're learning so many new things, you blank out on words you've long known, like sombrero and con?
Human nature I suppose. We get shaky with anything we aren't regularly putting into practice.
tbh i agree its also useful when you cant revise each section one by one and can be used to strengthen multiple abilities at once
Why do we not use the personal a here? When I use it I'm wrong, when I don't use it I'm wrong. grrrrr
I guess with enough practice it will eventually stick! Maybe, lol. And it seems to me, we do have repetitive sentences and questions. Things which didn't make sense to me during a lesson, will click later (hopefully). Even things that are old become new with more conjugation and rules! And I'll second the "Grrrr....."!