Is this a threat or what!
The sentence would be perfect with a "damn it! " at the end.
Or a nice "Puta madre!"
Ok, I get your point, but that is SUPER offensive and rude, kinda like saying F**k your mom, which is a great deal worse in Spanish than I think you realize. There is nothing "nice" about saying 'puta' in any circumstance.
I share the same thought :-) ; perhaps a classic case of lost in translation ;-)
Said the failing English student to his professor. ...lol : )
Whether you like it or not!
As my mom said 'you will (eat it/do it)..and like it!'
And I have to admit I used it in the military. HA
you made a brother eat snakes and frogs?
...dijo George R.R. Martin.
It would be nice if he did write another book.... I've nearly finished Dance with Dragons.
what's wrong with "y tu vas a leerlo"?
Just the accent is missing. Duo usually ignores accentuation.
Unless you get it wrong.
That's my "style" - I always like to tack the "lo" onto the end fo the verb.
Hahahahhahahha! I AM GOING TO WRITE A BOOK AND YOU ARE GOING TO READ IT! LOLOLOLOL
Whether you like it or not!
An offer he can't refuse.
A bit forceful but ok fine...
I was very tempted to put exclamation marks in there :D
Does anyone else find this weird that the sentence was already spelt out for me and all I had to do was press 'check'
I thought this was the future tense, not the verb ir a with the infinitive?
why is it necessary to insert the "tu"?
It's there for emphasis.
Why is eacribo wrong
I thought it would follow voy?
'Voy a' is the active verb in the sentence, 'I am going to...'. The next verb should be in the infinitive, 'escribir'. Otherwise, the sentence reads: 'I am going to I write...'
Some books would be a torture to read... including many self autobiographies. Yikes!
As opposed to autobiographies not written by their subject.....???
Thanks for the correction, that should just be "autobiographies"... the "self" in there is just redundant.
Dinged me for adding yo at the beginning but required tu?
I wrote, "I am going to write a book and you are going to read it and I got it wrong?"
Should be right.
Missing the article "a" as a selectable option, so I got it wrong. It as been reported. 10/31/16
I was marked incorrect because I wrote "yo voy."
I like tacking the "lo's and la's" on the end of the infinitive verb (i.e. vas a leerlo) - is one "more common" than the other? I think tacking is more "intuitive" for english speakers.
You are supposed to tack it on.
In other places, Duo will mark you wrong for failing to do so.
I guess the asker was talking about the difference between putting object pronouns in front of the conjugated verb and putting them at the end of the infinitive. "Lo vas a leer" vs "Vas a leerlo".
It needs an exclamation