whats the difference between "mis" and "mi" if both mean my...and same goes for "sus" and "su"....
Read the tips to lesson :) "Mi" is for singular, "mis" for plural. The same with "tu" / "tus" and "su" / "sus".
That should be at the end of the page of this lesson, in the desk version of Duolingo.
Mi/mis and su/sus are pretty much adjectives, which has to agree with the gender of the noun they describe. So when you are talking about a singular noun you use mi/su and when you are talking about a plural noun you use mis/sus
mis and tus are if the thing you are possessing is plural, for example you say mis libros, because libros is plural, but you say mi libro, because libro is singular. Same for tu and tus, and also for nuestro, and nuestros.
How do you know when there is or isn't an accent mark on a vowel? It seems like it generally makes the vowel sound shorter, but sometimes I just can't hear it.
Would anybody be kind enough to donate a lingot please? Thank you. God Bless you. Have a great day. :)
The pronunciation was extremely hard to hear. I definitely heard "Un (something with two Vs in it). Nkt edn remotely close to "mi libro"