"Yo leo el menú."
Translation:I read the menu.
I have seen this discussed in other forums. I believe the people of Mexico pronounce Y sounds with a Jo sound. For example "My son went to Yale" becomes "My son went to Jail."
I may help if you listen to the spanish alphabet, because it has a different pronouncation than the english alphabet.
But we dont say "Yo leo" do we? Would've been more correct to say "Leo el menú" right?
Is this said in past tense? eg you are telling somebody you have already read the menu. And if so, how would you say it if you were telling somebody you have not yet, but are going to read the menu?
Leer - to read
leo - I read
lees - you (familiar) read
lee - you (formal)/he/she reads
leemos - we read
leen - they read
Seriously i got a doubt!!why the difference between "la" and "el" before every noun??Please clarify anyone!!
la is for feminine words. Most feminine words end in -a, and most masculine words(el) end in -o