It accepts both "You recognize your shirt" and "You recognize his shirt". Is this how it is supposed to be? Is one supposed to deduct the meaning of "Su" here from the rest of conversation? Is the possibility of "your/his" confusion source of a comedy in spanish language?
"su" can be translated as, your , his , its , their , or her
And whichever it means is named at the beginning of a conversation. After that the "su" pronoun is used instead of the person's name. This is how Spanish works. So the right answer needs to work for all five pronouns since we don't know who is being talked about. We don't know the context.
Unfortunately Duoling at the end of December 2016 is failing to accept all the correct znswers it needs to.
Conocer is to meet, know, or recognize a person. (As opposed to saber, which in general means to know a fact, or how to do something.)
Reconocer is to recognize or acknowledge something other than a person: a thing, an activity, or a type of relationship. Like the English word "recognize", it literally means to know something again.
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