"debe" is also the usted form.
"Then he must have been in the house." should also be accepted.
Then, he must have been home... not sure the AT is really necessary here, but En is in the spanish sentence so it's all my fault, goodbye heart!
why does it not accept: "then you should have stayed at home"?
why is there no 'la' for 'estado en [la] casa'?
Could someone tell me when it's appropriate to use 'haber' rather than 'ha' in these particular examples? I've tried and failed to find a pattern. Thanks
After the word "deber" (it can be conjugated in any form) ANY verb, no matter HOW MANY, is always in the infinitive form.
i think "then, he must have been in the house" can also be accepted.
"en casa" surely means "at home"??????
Why is "de" after "debe"? Shouldn't it be "debe haber"?