He already has the dress.
It's blue, knee-length, v-neck and he looks great in it.
Can somebody explain why this commen is so upvoted? Is it from a film?
Hey, if he wants a dress give him a dress. Whatever floats his boat.
Why is "robo" in the accusative form?
¿Por que es "robo" en la forma acusativo?
Because it is an object of the sentence:
He needs shoes, but (he does) not (need) a dress.
He = subject
Shoes = object
Dress = object
Oh thank you!
I thought after a preposition (sed), you don't need the accusative case anymore?
'Sed' is not a preposition but a conjunction. Like 'but', 'and', 'or', 'because', etc.