If there is anyone that can help with the use of "esto" "esta" "ese" and eso it would be greatly appreciated!!! cannot seem to understand where to find rule to use these correctly!!!!!!
These four are used for nouns: Este = this (masculine object) Esta = this (feminine object) Ese = that (masc.) Esa = that (fem.) These two are for general concepts: Esto =This (matter/thing) Eso = That (matter/thing)
Esta, esto, and este means this. Eso, ese, esa means that. You can also use aquello, aquel and aquella to mean that. These confuse me somewhat.
I always remeber hearing "ese" as refernceing a fellow friend. Like "that friend" and since its 3 letters when i see ese or eso i remember they are saying THAT. Thus este n esta (4 letters) must mean "this" weird. But its how i remember
I think that in English: ""We can consider THAT"" sounds more natural. I''m not sure why this is, but I suppose it might be related the the fact that a consideration is something abstract so there is no physical proximity.
Guess it depends on the context? E.g. "here is my proposal for improving the business " - hands over piece of paper.
I put. Can we consider this and was marked wrong. Can someone explain why. It seemed right.
Julio, the words are correct, but it was not a question. (I don't know if this answer is timely for you; the phone app does not show when you posted. If not, perhaps someone else will have the same question.)
I feel like it would more be useful to know how to say "Let's consider this"