"February, March and April"
Translation:Febrero, marzo y abril
I used "e" instead of "y" here because of my last question. "Padre e hija" was the answer. It was explained that you use a "e" in front of a vowel sound. I'm confused, when do you use "e" for "and"?
Use "e" when the word begins with either i- or hi- because "y" sounds the same as "i."
Use the "e" when the vowel sound, why? Because is not good "padre y hija", the sound isn't repeat, use "e" for pronunciation the diferents sounds.. i am sorry for my english, i am from venezuela and i wait you help. Bye
Wow, Duo gave us three Easter eggs, audio clearly sounds the "n", "l" and "b" and "v" good job Duo
I've noticed that Duo doesn't use Oxford commas. I know they are used by some English, but not by others, depending on a preferred style. Does anyone know if there is a strict rule about them in Spanish?
Generally Oxford commas are never used in Spanish, so I'd reccomend you wouldn't. I have no idea if it's technically correct, but even if it is, normally it's uncommon. To look a bit more fluent, I'd advise against them. :)
I accidentally typed "marco" instead of "marzo".....and it said it was right. So is that another word for March???
lmao@ "sometimes". I've noticed that sometimes I almost feel berated at some of my mistakes. I wish I could figure out the accents.
Dont you use a capital letter for the first alphabet of a month, dumblingo?