"¡Miren allí!"

Translation:Look there!

July 25, 2013


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I didn't try it, but we usually say "look over there".

January 2, 2014


Yes, especially since it's allí (far there) rather than ahí (near there).

"Look over there!" is accepted as of 6/26/14.

June 26, 2014


As of January 8, 2017, it just marked me wrong for saying Look over there.

January 8, 2017


I was marked wrong for answering "look over there". The "correct" answer was "you look over there!" Seems rediculous to me! 12/23/17

December 23, 2017


same with me I was marked wrong for answering "look over there" correct answer "You look over there" yes ridiculous

February 7, 2018


I was just marked wrong for saying "Look over there!" Once again, Duolingo said" "You look over there." I am reporting it.

February 11, 2018


In my family, the older child then steals a younger ones candy, which is followed by floods of tears and yelling.

Question: Do I need an apostrophe in "ones" here after the "s"?

February 10, 2015


You do need an apostrophe .... one's .... to show ownership

April 26, 2015

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A quick look on the internet shows that most people write it as one's. Now if you'll use "younguns" like we do, no one will think it makes any difference.

February 11, 2015


I was marked wrong for "look over there" with a correction of "Y'all look over there." Y'all? That's not in my northern vocabulary.

October 5, 2017


For what it's worth, I have always heard that "over there" is "allá." While I do work with native speakers daily, I am far from fluent. I am also open to correction

February 10, 2018


Yes, that's right, also "para allá"

June 22, 2018


You need POR then. POR ALLí

August 23, 2019


The ending of "Miren" the "-en" tells you they it is addressed to: Ellos/Ellas/ Ustedes in the subjunctive form of Mirar. This lesson is focused on the Subjunctive Imperative. Use a subjunctive verb chart to verify the verb form." Buena Suerte"

August 26, 2013


It tells you it's Ustedes. There is no 3rd person for the imperative mood.

June 26, 2014


Thank you. That explains why "ellos" we marked incorrect and "you" was the correct answer.

December 31, 2017


Made you look!

April 11, 2015



March 31, 2016


Queen Margaery: ¡Miren, el pastel!

April 22, 2014


Shouldn't it be look over there? It sounds more natural in English.

May 23, 2015


por allí is over there. allí is there.

March 13, 2018


So how would you say "They look over there"?

July 4, 2018


Ellas /ellos miran allí. Note that in the indicative this verb is with 'a' because 'to look' is 'mirar' and in the imperative it changes to 'e'

July 8, 2018


Allí y ahí significa lo mismo

September 13, 2019


I would expect ¡Miren Uds. allí¡ Why is the "Ustedes" omitted?

July 25, 2013


I don't think there is a need for it -- the people you are addressing would know that 'miren' is formal. Many formal commands (sigame, follow me) do not include an "Usted" or "Ustedes," in my experience.

July 25, 2013


"(mire, miren, miremos etc..) alli " can all translate to just " look there" you do not need to put you look, we look, they look... and you should always be able to tell by the ending of the verb

December 3, 2013


The verb form includes the information about who is doing (or who is commanded to do) the action. The "ustedes" would be redundant.

March 26, 2014


Especially since, unlike other tenses, you can't give a 3rd-person command, therefore ellos/ellas don't make sense and Ustedes is the only option. Basically what AurosHarman says further up.

June 24, 2015


The subject pronoun is virtually never required. Spanish is one of the classic examples of a "pro-drop language", in linguistics. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pro-drop_language

June 26, 2014


Look at there?

March 2, 2015

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Nah. The dropdown list is limited and may not even have the relevant meaning. You can always keep a tab for a dictionary such as: http://www.wordreference.com/es/en/translation.asp?spen=mirar

March 3, 2015


Un mono de tres cabezas! Anyone get the reference? A line from one of my favorite classic adventure games. :)

April 22, 2015


"Look at there" must be accepted taking into accout we are learning appropriate language and the verb "look" always goes with a place preposition or adverb.

May 24, 2015


"Look at there" is not correct. Use "look there", or "look over there". "There" IS an adverb of place.

June 28, 2015


It is tricky because "mirar' means to look at when it is a transitive verb with a direct object. When there is no direct object such as we have here the verb is intransitive and does not translate 'look at', as it translates to 'look'.

Check this reference: http://www.spanishdict.com/translation

August 20, 2015


Por que no "miran alli"?

June 1, 2015

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The teachers and even general populace say that's impolite, but they still do it when speaking, but not so much when writing. Little kids go "mirame-mirame-mirame!".

June 1, 2015



June 2, 2015


Isn't "Miren ahí" also correct?

June 13, 2015


I have heard it before, but not seen it on Duo. I did a search for it on the words tab and nothing came up.

August 20, 2015


It should be accepted! You're right

April 10, 2016


What about "See there"?

December 14, 2015


No one says that.

March 15, 2016


Since this is a positive command, why use the subjunctive?

July 20, 2016

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It's considered more polite. Yet I have heard mothers angrily yell "No corran!" to their children, and I have heard a preacher politely and reverently say "Oramos". So the real world may be different, but we're just trying to match our answer to one in the file. ...Oops. It just now hit me you were talking about the tu form. That's a different case. I guess being formally polite isn't expected among friends.

July 20, 2016


Look at there is wrong? :(

September 28, 2016

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Sí - no se puede usar un sentido con "at". "Look at that" o "Look at him" son oraciones correctas.

September 28, 2016


Made you look!

November 8, 2016


Why not..... They look there?

July 4, 2017

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That's Miran allí. See jjkemp's answer above.

July 5, 2017


Is "look at there" correct?

September 17, 2017


No. You could say, 'Look at him!', 'Look at that cat!', but not 'Look at there'. It is either, 'Look there' or 'Look over there'.

October 23, 2017


Is "ya'll" even a word ouside of the south? Thats an odd choice.

September 20, 2017

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I'll bite. Where did you see it used?

September 20, 2017


I wrote "Look over there" and it was marked wrong with the correct response being "Ya'll look over there"

September 20, 2017

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I'm sure "all of you" would have worked, but they do try to link ustedes to something so that it's obvious that it's a plural. Some near me use ya'll to refer to an individual as well as a group, so that particular word ... hmmm ... carries too much baggage.

September 21, 2017


Why was 'look over there' not accepted, as in previous comments it has been. Supposedly I should have said 'Y'all look over there'. Perhaps this would be a standard answer in the USA but not the UK!

September 24, 2017

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This is a computerized routine using a list that can be changed. I'd guess the editors tend to equate "over there" to "allá". I'm sure the y'all is an attempt to point out the plural "you" as I mentioned in the post above. Y'all is just in part of the southeastern US.

September 25, 2017


'Look there!' `or 'Look over there!' I was marked wrong for this. It is understood that it is 'You' it is a command not a statement.

October 13, 2017


"mira allí"

"mira donde"

"ahí abajo"

"¿debajo de dónde?"

"¡Ja ja!"

November 23, 2017


If it were ¡Miren por allí! I think it would mean look over there.

November 30, 2017


I used "They look there" and it was marked wrong showing Ustedes instead of they. Both are third person plural.

January 11, 2018


I object to the regionalism "Y ' all" as the only correct translation of "Miren allí". Only a small percentage of English speakers use "y'all". If we're in a group, and shout "Look over there!" "Everyone" is implied. Spanish is more specific in who is being addressed. I respect that Duo wants us to know that "MIREN" means something different than "Mira". However in this case it just doesn't work. I see that earlier, my repsonse was marked correct for some. "Look over there" was not accepted as correct on 1/14/18.

January 15, 2018


Why doesn't Duolingo accept, "Look over there"? Isn't "you" implied?

January 15, 2018


We would say, look over there. The "you" is not necessary

January 16, 2018


"Look over there " is wrong for DL. Why? 30 jan 2018

January 30, 2018


Hardly anyone uses "ya'll"

February 11, 2018


also marked wrong on 2/13/18

February 13, 2018


Why not "They look there"?

March 6, 2018


They look there- indicative Mood- Ellis miran... Look there-Imperative Mood ( ustedes) ¡Miren allí ! or ( Vosotros )¡ Mirad allí! Or (Tú) mira allí Or ( Usted) mire allí

March 6, 2018


Why is it miren and not mira or miran?

March 15, 2018


The sentence is a command; it uses the imperative tense. It is not miran, because that is the present indicative tense. In the imperative, mira is the tú form, mire is the usted form and miren is the ustedes form.

April 19, 2018


Yes just marked me wrong for saying Look over there. Wanted me to say you look over there but is an imperative so both should be fine

March 19, 2018


Look over there should be an acceptable translation

April 9, 2018


"Look over there!" is correct now, 2/28/2019

February 28, 2019


Why miren???????

March 5, 2019


I thought I heard "Miren allí". Just to be sure, I played the slow version, where I clearly heard "Mire allí"! Sheesh! Anybody else had this problem?

April 15, 2019


why don't duolingo accept "to watch" as an answer for "mirar"?!

August 16, 2019
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