"MaƱana voy a dormir en la casa de mis padres."

Translation:Tomorrow I am going to sleep in my parents' house.

August 24, 2014



I said "Tomorrow I am going to sleep in my parents' house" and it said:

"Almost correct! Tomorrow I am going to sleep in my parents house."

What on earth?! parents' is correct; parents (without the apostrophe) is not!

June 20, 2016


This could also be an archaic-sounding sentence about dying and being buried in an ancestral tomb: "Tomorrow I am going to sleep in the house of my fathers."

March 24, 2017


i just used parents house and was marked wrong

February 9, 2016


This keeps giving me the complete answer. Why?

June 12, 2017


Is an infinative used if the sentence is unclear?

September 19, 2017


What's up with them marking it wrong because I said parents' home instead of parents' house???

September 8, 2018


why is my answer wrong? tomorrow i will sleep in my parent's house

November 26, 2018


It should be "at" my parents' house. I don't know if it was counted wrong for "in" instead of "at," or for the apostrophe in the wrong place. Probably because of "in," which makes the sentence sound funny.

November 26, 2018


Why not "me voy"" instead of just "voy"?

August 3, 2019
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