They pay - I translated it to be "Ellos lo pagan" Computer said I was wrong??? See below: Oops, that’s wrong Correct solution: Ellos pagan.
I'm no Spanish expert, but I believe what you wrote means "They pay it", which doesn't have quite the same meaning. If I'm wrong, hopefully someone will come along and help both of us.
The correct term for 'they pay' is: 'ellos pagan'. or just 'Pagan'. And the correct term for 'they pay it' is: 'lo pagan'. Pagan is literally, they pay. But duolingo is also asking you to emphasise the word THEY/ELLOS as well as THEY PAY/PAGAN. Hope this helps.
PAH-gen. Not to be confused with 'PAY-gan', which is a general term for Earth based religions.
I dont get it, i have been taught that the word for 'they' when there is no group of gender, was ellos, but i got it wrong? Please help?
The difference is gender bu becasue there were no specifications on thich gender "They" was reffering to, you had to select both options
If it's Ellos pagan/Ellas pagan, why when I choose Ellos pagan it's considered wrong?
Can someone explain why duolingo wants a "ellas" here, even though others pointed out that adding neustr@ to a verb ending with "em@s" made things redundant?