What is the purpose of the "o" if it is not needed? Does it make the sentence more formal?
You can choose whether or not use that: http://www.duolingo.com/#/comment/64947
"Meu advogado é quem?" Can you not write it like this?
Just less common...
It took away a heart when I wrote it this way.
Why can't esta be used? Lawyers can be changed so it doesn't necessarily have to be a permanent possession.
I wrote "Quem e minha advogado" with the accent over the e. I got it wrong. The correct answer they provided was "Quem e minha advogada" with an accent over the e. Why is advogado wrong, but advogada correct?
The problem is related to the possessive adjective:
I wrote "Quem e minho advogado" and it marked it wrong. Was it correct?
Minho is not correct, meu for masculine and Minha for feminine
Gah just when i think i get the hang of things. Thanks so much!
I know the d is spoken like djee, but the v behind it makes it add an i behind it? Adjivogado?
Why é rather than está?