"El niño juega."
Translation:The child plays.
She forgot what she was supposed to say and she had to look back at her paper LOL
Can't nino mean little boy as well as child? Nina = little girl? Sorry, no Spanish keyboard.
Jugar is an -ar verb so the he/she form would be juega. It is not a gender based verb
Because "juego" always comes after "yo" so "Yo juego" would mean "I play". That is why it can't be used in the sentence as "juego". Hope this helps :)
'Juego' translates to 'I play' from the verb 'jugar' which means 'to play' So it is: Yo - juego Tu - juegas El/Ella - juega Nosotros - jugamos Ellos/Ellas - juegan
The child (el nino) falls under 'el/ella' so it translates to 'El nino juega.' Hope that helps. Sorry for my lack of accents, my keyboard doesn't have any.
Adjectives & Nouns change their O or A ending based on the gender of the subject. However, I don't think verbs are gender specific. Verbs change based on conjugation with the pronoun. As Rainygloss mentioned below, He & She are in the same verb conjugation group so the verb ending will be the same whether it's ninos or ninas. :)
it's weird that they go like "EL nino juega but stop right there why do they take a deep breath right in the middle of the sentence???
Erm...why is it not "juego" instead of "juega".
¿Desde nosotros son hablamos acerca un niño, derecho? (Since we are talking about a boy, right?)
You should already be familiar with the answer. Verbs don't have gender in Spanish; only nouns and adjectives do. "juego" means "I play", and "juega" means "he/she/it plays".