it should have been fixed by now.
'tus' is informal 'sus' is formal both correct
Thanks for taking the time to respond to this question. I just got it wrong and was confused.
Thanks for responding to this question. I just got it wrong and was confused.
I hadn't seen the word "socks" in weeks, and calcetines was not one of the choices for socks. It's my fault for forgetting, but the definitions for "socks" gives phrases I have never seen before.
I believe the accent is just there as a distractor -- it makes the word meaningless in this case.
Actually I think the accent us there to help with correct pronunciation or meaning. Like with "el" and "él". "El" means "the" in masculine form but with an accent it means he.
I found it hard to even see the accent - at least on my computer. I thought that both sentences were the same, but - of course - was wrong.
wouldn't "vuestros calcetines" also be right? as in plural/multiple people?
as in: "get your dirty socks off the kitchen table."
I do not understand why 'sus' is not also correct. Google translation also shows both 'sus' & 'tus' as your.
I think 'sus' is meant to be used as saying you all or more than one person (ellos -a) and 'tus' is referring more to a single person. Sorry if this doesn't make as much sense
well, actually 'sus' is plural, but it refers to the socks, not the person the same with 'tus' if it was a single object, like a cat, it would be 'su gato' or 'tu gato' for multiple cats it'd be 'sus gatos' or 'tus gatos'
I think that"sus" is correct because it is in reference to more than one sock, not more than one person.
This one is broken - I knew which version of calcetines was correct because the app would only vocalize the correct choice. Just a heads up!
Difference between calcetines and calcetínes? Both were an option but i picked the one without accent mark and got the question right. Was just wondering.
There were three words to choose from, Tus, calcetines, and calcetínes...What's the difference if the accents don't induce incorrect marks?
That's what I thought and so I marked both and it says the correct answer is tus calcetines, which is what both the first answer says and the second answer too. So it marked me wrong. How do you report a problem?
Why does 'your socks' translate to 'tus calcentines', but the correct answer I was given was "tus medias"?
I notices something. "Tus medias" (Feminine) works as well as "Tus calcetines" (Masculine)
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