"El reloj sobre la mesa es mío."
Translation:The clock on top of the table is mine.
I wrote "The clock over the table is mine". "Over" is a correct translation of "sobre". I have reported it.
I understood (or assumed) that this sentence meant - the clock on the wall over the table is mine. From your questions and comments, that does not seem to be the case. Can someone clarify for me? THANKS
Can I also "es de mio"? What is the difference between "es mio" and "es de mio"?
si se supone que el español se pronuncia fácilmente al pronunciar el alfabeto, ¿cómo se explica el reloj de palabras o el reloj?
I thought "en la mesa" means "on the table" and "sobre la mesa" means "over the table". but when I put "on the table" DL say I'm wrong. Can you explain please?