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Work: this week (tú) (1) (tener) to work hard. (2) (to dirty) poco y no (3) (to be able) to have fun, but (4) (to show off) it's worth it. muy ready (5) (to obtain) el puesto que esperas. dinero: (6) (coming) economic storms. no wasted your ahorros. salud: (7) (solve) your breathing problems, but (8) (deber) take care of the throat. love: (9) (to receive) very good news. a special person (10) (decir) who loves you. (11) (coming) happy days.Answer 1Dinero: They will sell economic storms. Without wasting your ahorros. Salud: You will solve your respiratory problems, but you will have to take care of your throat. Amor: You will receive very good news. A special character will tell you that he loves you. Vendran Dias Felices. Explanation: This exercise represents the future simple. We use the future simple in Spanish to talk about what is going to happen or is going to happen. It is also used to talk about the possibility of what one could or might do in the present. So: Tendrás comes from the verb tener // Saldrás comes from the verb salir // Podrás comes from the verb pode // Achieves comes from the Read more
Pilar Hi, Irene. how (1)? irene muy bien, ¿y tú? What about? good pillar, thank you. I present you to Pablo. Enchanted Irene, Pablo. pablo pillar (2) from mexico. irene which part of (where) mexico (3)? Pablo (4) from Monterrey. and you, where are you from (5)? Irene (6) from San Juan, Puerto Rico. pilar ¿dónde (7) claudia, are you (your) roommate? irene (8) in the student residence. pablo nosotros let's (let's go) to the bookstore now. pillar we need to buy the physics lab textbook. irene what time (9) is the physics lesson? pablo (10) has las doce del day. what time (11) o'clock? pillar (12) times and media. irene less badly than (fortunately) the library (13) near the lab! pillar yes, at (14) muy lejos de la clase. we see. irene hasta luego. Pablo Chau.answer 2Irene: Muy bien, ¿y tú? What about? Pilar: Well, thank you. I present you to Pablo. Irene: Delighted, Pablo. Pillar: Pablo is from Mexico. Irene: What part of Mexico are you from? Pablo: Soy from Monterrey. And you, where are you from? Irene: Soy from San Juan, Puerto Rico. Pilar: Where is Claudia, your roommate? Irene: You are in a student residence. Paul: Read more
Question 1 with 1 blank(nosotros) necesitar / ciudadanos responsible / para trabajar / nosotros question 2 with 1 blankyo / no gustar / you negative attitude / los Animaux question 3 with 1 blankmi interested / la naturaleza / empezar / los años noventa question 4 with 1 blankignacio / to feed / su pez / todos los días question 5 with 1 blanktú / to want / hablar / tu novia / on the idea of adopting / a dog question 6 with 1 blankayer / la lluvia / caer / mucha fuerza / todo el day question 7 with 1 blankyo / ask / ana / what time / arrive / house / anoche question 8 with 1 blankayer / el / explain / all / many details / the consequences of deforestationAnswer 1Question 2: I don't like your negative attitude towards animals. Question 3: My interest in nature in the 90s. Question 4: Ignacio da eats his pez every day. Question 5: Would you like to discuss with your novia the idea of adopting a dog?? Question 6: Ayer la lluvia cayó with great force all day. Question 7: I ask Ana what time she came to Read more
Choose the most logical option to complete each sentence. nosotros a lot of television. (2 points) tomabamos mirábamos vivivas escribamos 22. choose the most logical option to complete each sentence. yo por la noche para los exams. (2 points) era escuchaba estudiaba ibaAnswer 1Hope this helpedanswer 2It is important to note that this tense is used in Spanish (Castilian) to express sequences of past actions whose beginning and end are not specified. Knowing that, let's start with the answers: 1. Good, mirabamosNosotros watched a lot of television. We watched a lot of television This means that the action of “watching television” performed by the first person plural is indicated to us as an action in progress, without defining whether it was completed or not.It would also mean that it is an action that happened in the past. The options tomábamos (we took), vive (we lived) and escribamos (we wrote) are incorrect because they do not match the context of the sentence2. Right to study I studied in the evening for the exams. I studied in the evening for the exams This means that the action of “studying” performed by the first person singular I, is indicated as an action in Read more