I used the microphone and it said translation of my recording as "Mi pollera"? What? It should be "Mi falda".
Same thing here. I said "mi falda" and it said I got it correct with "mi pollera." Turns out "pollera" also means skirt, but that's not what they introduced and not what I said! I think I'll do "report problem."
what is the difference between mi and mio and mia??????? sry about the bad spelling by the way.
Mi - My (singular nouns)
Mío - Mine (masculine nouns - The horse is mine - El caballo es mío)
Mía - Mine (feminine nouns - The green skirt is mine - La falda verde es mía)
for Cubans, "Mi salla" means my skirt but for the regular Spanish it is "mi falda", and if you put "mi salla", they say it is wrong!!!!!!! The heck bruhhhh