"¿Qué come él?"
Translation:What does he eat?
The answer the system gives me is :"What does she eats?". I think it needs to be corrected
First post on here... because I feel so strongly that "what does she eats" makes absolutely no sense. I put "what does he eat?" Just when I thought I was making good progress, for a newbie.
The answer has been corrected. I put "What does he eat?", and it was correct.
This was the first tricky question for me, difficult to understand why it is written like this
I put "What does he eat?" "él" means "he", so there's no way it should say "she"; and the noun is also singular, so "eats" is incorrect.
The system's answer is wrong. Everybody agrees. If we all click, "Report a Problem" right next to, "Discuss sentence" we should get some attention and this problem should be solved.
Why do some words get run together, eg. "Qué come él" was pronounced "Qué comél"?
This almost confused me. But, I am assuming el qualified which pronoun is used, which identifies at whom the question is directed. Otherwise, it could be a she or he? Am I understanding that correctly? If the person has been previously identified and the speaker and recipient of the question understands to whom the question is directed, would el still be necessary?