"Yes or no?"
Translation:¿Sí o no?
In spanish i think that would be "Yes or what?"
Dunno, I'm not a native speaker
I know this has nothing to do with spanish but why are some conversations locked?
Because you have to have to finish the ones that are unlocked to unlock the rest
I don't think Pedro means what you think he does. You need to finish the unlocked lessons, yes, but what conversations? like what's going on write now. On some threads, you won't be able to reply to anyone, or comment. There will be a small sentence on the top of the pop-up that appears when you click "Comments" that says "This discussion is locked".
Pedro167260 wants to know why.
I believe o is for "this or that" comparisons and such, and ni is more more like not or nor.
Well it depends on how they say it like when they translated it to english it was like saying the expression "am i right"
Below I leave a link
á = Alt + 0225
é = Alt + 0233
í = Alt + 0237
ó = Alt + 0243
ú = Alt + 0250
ñ = Alt + 0241
ü = Alt + 0252
¡ = Alt + 0161
¿ = Alt + 0191
Someone finally found the web page I have taped in front of my computer. Here are some more keyboard shortcuts:
To make an I acute(í), hold down "Alt" key and type 1-6-1. When your release alt, it'll be there, so long as you're using the QWERTY keyboard.
¡Gracias! On macintosh it is just Alt ! (same as Alt 1) for é press Alt ee for î press Alt ii for ñ press Alt nn etc....