I wrote "Nineth".
Well done, English...
Well, I wrote 'eight'. Damn you, additional 'h'.
What does this sentence mean? What are situations this would be used in?
When you discuss when it is your turn to enter an office or where ever you had to queue up.
For my understanding row and queue have nearly the same meaning, except that a queue waits for something and a row can just be there.
The second "la" threw me in this sentence. "the turns are the ours"?
nia=our, la nia=ours
mia=my, la mia=mine
How would you say "taking turns", as in going back and forth in a boardgame