"The lemon is mine."
Translation:El limón es mío.
I think that they are only grammar notes on the desktop platform, so if you're using a mobile version, you don't see them.
I just got this one wrong - but I think I understand why now. Using the same principle, a man would say "La casa es mía." - the gender of the possessor has no bearing on the object but the object's gender determines and matches the possessor word being used: el limón = masculine = mío, la casa = feminine = mía, los limónes = míos, las casas = mías, an in the plural es (is) would be replaced with son (are), right?
Because you have to write it with an accent, (mío) because with some words the accent can change the word completely, such as papa=potato, and papá=father. It also sounds different. In papa, the emphasis is on the first syllable, and in papá, the emphasis is on the accented vowel. I hope that helps.
Ahora , he estado pensando ... Cuando la vida te da limones , haz limonada no .... hacen que la vida , TOMAR LA LIMONES DE NUEVO . ¡ENOJARSE! NO QUIERO TU DANG LIMONES ¿Qué debo hacer con estas ?! Exija ver el gerente de la vida. Hacer la vida rue el día que pensó que podría dar Cave Johnson limones ! ¡¿SABES QUIÉN SOY?! Soy el hombre que va a quemar su casa . CON LOS LIMONES .
This is wrong. I am a native Spanish speaker and a funny thing about this word is that the Spanish word for Lemon is Lima and the word for Lime is Limon.
It's already confusing because it sounds like it should be the other way around, but it isn't. This need to be changed.
In English there are four kinds of words by its gender:
masculine: man, father, brother, actor, son, bull, etc
feminine: woman, mother, sister, actress, daughter, cow, etc
neuter: table, fly, car, door, book, etc
common gender: person, parent, sibling, child, ox, horse, etc
In Spanish all the nouns (refer to people, animals or things) are masculine or feminine):
masculine: hombre, caballo, libro, coche, techo, sol, etc
feminine: mujer, yegua, agua, caja, lluvia, luna, nube, etc
There are no neuter nouns in Spanish!
Grammar gender in Spanish is a bit hard to learn. Only with practice and attention to the different sentences you will manage with it.
The first thing we have to know is that Spanish nouns are masculine or feminine. There are no neutral nouns.