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I'm breathless from just listening to the vocal race to the end. I'll bet there was some turrón waiting . . .
Every time I do the quiz,it says I am right but there is another answer, and it always scores me as 2 x answers nearly correct. Is the dashboard going to tell me to do this one forever ?
The word "revise" in the 2nd sentence of the Details section is wrong and confusing. I believe the writer intended to say "review".
In spanish it shows 6 hours, whereas in English it shows the 3 hours as used in the subsequent examples. JUST a little error.
The hints giving in the mini quiz for this lesson are not very helpful. Correct me if I am wrong, but the verb that we need to conjugate is ir not the second verb in the infinitive. Therefore, the hint should read conjugate ir in el presente, correct?
I'm having trouble consistently distinguishing between using 'a' or 'en' when talking about being somewhere.
For instance, in the dialog, "... Alberto estará en la reunión...",
Would we say "estará en la reunión" to mean someone will be 'in' the meeting, while "estará a la reunión" has a connotation indicating a location 'at' the meeting?
Or is it always customary to use 'en' in cases like this?
For this question about recibir in the imperfect, I inserted the "personal a" but it was marked wrong. Ayudame por favor!
In his small apartment he didn't receive guests. --> En su apartamento pequeño no recibía a visitas. (recibía was correct but adding a was marked wrong)
Hola, no había sonido en la parte "añade una copa de vino blanco, " así que no pude completar esta sección...
Why do you use the definitive article with "cumplir los deseos", but not with "con humildad y esperanza" ?