Do most people use "usa" when refering to wearing something? Should you use "Veste" in some situations and "Usa" in others?
It's very common to say "usar" with the meaning of "wearing"; it's interchangeable with "vestir". But in the case of this sentence is actually better to say "usa" because "veste um vestido" is kinda cacophonic.
Why did 'usa' become 'wears' when it should be 'use'. 'Veste' is 'wear' right?
In portuguese you can say "vestir" and "usar" related to clothes, and "calçar" to shoes.
Can it also mean the girl uses a dress?
When to use vestido and when to use vestida
Um vestido is a masculine noun; it doesn't change.
So I wrote "The girl uses a dress." and it marked it wrong. When it made me redo it at the end of the lesson it just had me fill in the first word (the) and it said "___ girl uses a dress."
In another phrase "usa" was wrong when used with wearing boots. Veste was correct, why is "usa" incorrect?
Report it, google says is correct... Maybe usar is most common in Portugal, we are learning Portuguese from Brazil...