"Ella lee una carta."
Translation:She reads a letter.
Thanks for your explanation. How will past tense "read" sounds like "red" in English be in Spanish? eg: "They read the book yesterday"?
Thank you! I have so much difficulty with using different verbs for girls/boys.
I read, you read, he/she reads, we read, they read.
Can't help but feel the English is waaaaay more simple here.
Took me a second, and I got it the question wrong, but Ella is singular, Ellas is plural. Ella/lee, Ellas/Leen. Seems like I should know this by now, but would masculine be El/Ellos?
how the heck do you know whether "ella" is She or feminine They? I have been at this for 3 weeks and it is still tripping me up!
I use the spanish podcost along with this called johnny spanish and i love duolingo but wilingua app teaches explicitly the language intricacies
I do not under stand what the difference is between all the lee and leen? I AM SOOOOO CONFUSED!
Is there anyone here willing to practice this Spanish in a dialogue. Because we need to know how to put all we learn into a conversation
Una = one but one wasnt an option to select, only 'the' was listed. This happens often on this app.
Yes, but it isn't a card like a birthday card or like an ID card. It is a playing card.
Leen goes after ellos (they) or ustedes (you guys) you mean 'they read' or 'you guys read', while lee goes after él/ella (he/she) to mean 'he reads' or 'she reads'.
Lee is used to say "He READS" or "She READS", while leen is used to say "They READ" or "You guys READ". I hope that helps!
why is it that when I hear Spanish, there's always an accent? Like "lee una" sounded like "leo la" . that gets me confused with hearing words. like "yo" is pronounced "jo"
omg i ella lee un carta is wrong but how? ella lee una carta and ella lee un carta is the same thing! how is it not corrett?
It said carta which means book, this time it changed it to menu. How am i suppose to know the difference?
He reads. El lee They read. Ellos leen. We read. Nosotros leemos. He eats. El come. They eat. Ellos comen. We eat. Nosotros comemos ... He /They RUN. corre corren. JUMP. Salta /saltan. SLEEP. duerme/duermen.
It will look like you can, but did you know that you cannot give this comment a lingot? It will look like you did if you try, but it will not work. xD
I wrote "She reads a letter." correctly but was told that my answer was incorrect. This happens alot with the translations.
It's near impossible to make out what the robots are telling you to type man...
"Ella" is she. While "ellas" (notice the extra 's' at the end) is "they" (feminine).