"Soy un oso."
I'm really starting to like these animal sentences. "I am a bear... We are turtles..."
Me too, as silly as most of them are, when I'm translating them I really find myself thinking about whether they're correct or not... as opposed to just having some basic sentences stored in my mind.
I am sure this will be useful vocabulary. I can't wait to go to Spain and tell people I'm a bear.
While basking in the glory of getting a question correct on the last shortcut, I pondered as to why they gave such an easy question in a section designed for a true spanish scholar.
There was actually a guy in my dorm that was called "Bear," for obvious reasons of course.
It's so funny. :D Well maybe I can be a bear in another life but not in this one... Meanwhile I wonder if women call some men as a bear in spanish.
These sentences are ridiculous. If I am going to take the time to learn Spanish, I want to learn practical sentences.
Think of it as learning the language, not sentences. Language practise is equally useful regardless of how much sense the sentences make: You're learning the words and how to string them together, rather than entire phrases whose internal structure you don't grasp.
Try to stick with the program! These tools are to help you get started, but it is up to you to make the best of what you're given to improve yourself. Don't give up because these sentences seem "silly." This is a super great website and it really does work. Keep up your awesome work and it will pay off.
I asserted a few sentences ago that we're all turtles. Who's going to believe me now?