Translation:The dresses are blue.
No they're gold
Actually, in the lesson before, it said they were red...
I came to the comments to look for this, and I was not disappointed looool
THAT DID NOT HELP!
Seems odd that 'dress' is a masculine word. I would expect it to be feminine
The definition is also suit.
I thought it's plural adding the os and a is singular
For any avatar fans... Zuko's sister Azula makes a blue flame ;)
That's exactly how I memorized it, haha
It is. One of these wierd Spanish things.
Ends with an o
Yeah, i 2nd that
what is the difference between son and soy?
I believe "soy" is when you you are referring to yourself such as "yo soy..." And "son" i believe is for other then yourself such as " tu son..." Or "Ustedes son..." #NotANative so i could be wrong.
Okay, thanks. :-)
Son is the conjugate for wllos and ellas. Tú is eres. And el, ella, usted is es.
Why is masculine 'vestidos' now suits, when we were given 'traje' as suits before?
Where do we use son and eres
um...why is blue plural??
I think its because we are talking about multiple dresses. So even though in english you wouldnt write 'the dresses are blues' in spanish you would put it as plural. Anyone correct me if im wrong
the dress is BLACK AND BLUE, discussion over.
but i think it said gold
They're blue and black. Bam!
some of this is hard and some of it it easy
I said the blue dresses and it said i was wrong why
Because you left out the verb 'son'. The blue dresses = los vestidos azules; the dresses are blue = los vestidos son azules.
Wouldnt dress be feminine?
Well, the definition is also suit, so it could go either way.
Why? Anyone can wear a dress- the word doesn't say anything about the wearer: it's just word, ending in 'o', and it's a masculine word, regardless of whether it is a dress, a suit or anything else.
They look better with no dress
Aloa (i may have spelled that incorectly, tell me if i did, and tell me how to spell it)