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In the bonus lesson on Spanish Survival Phrases, asking someone to call the fire department is translated as "Llama a los bomberos," while asking someone to call an abulance is translated as "Llamen una ambulancia." Is there a grammatic reason to use "ll...
7 replies - Last post by Dan-H24 - October 3, 2018
Kind of fun. I like stuff like this. =) https://www.spanishdict.com/quizzes/68/subjunctive-vs-indicative-in-spanish
1 reply - Last post by Steven-W15 - October 3, 2018
Después de tantas veces a hacer el curso “Travelogue”, me acuerdo de como los verbos son utilizados en contextos diferentes. Aquí están dos frases parecidos (para mí por lo menos) – uno usa el subjuntivo, la otra no: - Me aseguré que tuviéramos todo el e...
3 replies - Last post by Steven-W15 - September 9, 2018
- It’s so great that we’ve been able to experience these kinds of things. He visto varios ejemplos en internet que indican que la frase es justo pero no entiendo porque: - Creo que es genial que se ha eliminado completamente la congestión en el comedor p...
4 replies - Last post by Steven-W15 - September 9, 2018
Hey...smart people... Would one of you please explain the "se" in this sentence?
23 replies - Last post by the-hefay - September 7, 2018
- I’m exhausted as it is! No entiendo la primera parte de esa frase para nada...
2 replies - Last post by Steven-W15 - August 24, 2018
where do I download the app from? I can't see it in my App store (iMAC)?
0 replies - Last post by michaeljalmond - August 15, 2018
Sometimes, at the end of the lessons, it says Hasta la proxima! Sometimes "vez" is added for Hasta la proxima vez. What is the difference between using the vez and not using it? Thank you, Roe
2 replies - Last post by Dan-H24 - August 6, 2018
Creo que esta frase debería ser: - Sería genial si hiciéramos el curso juntos. ¿Estoy en lo correcto?
5 replies - Last post by the-hefay - July 17, 2018
In the very last audio lesson of Level 3 ( I'm a little sad that was the end, I'll have to get the Travelogue eventually ), You have this sentence: Ya, ¡No tienes por qué ponerte tan político! "Alright, (you) don't have to get so political. (sing/...
6 replies - Last post by the-hefay - July 16, 2018
After working my way through lessons 4.8 - 4.10 I feel I've got the gist of direct & indirect object pronouns, as in I understand the basics of them. But these lessons felt like a really quick overview and I'll need more practice to really master them. Ca...
1 reply - Last post by Karen-B1 - July 4, 2018
Hello everyone, my first post, I"m not sure if this is grammer or vocab, but had a question on this sentence from 17.4 Bachelor Party: se le va la locura de su vida. the craziness in his life goes away I get it, that "la locura de su vida...
8 replies - Last post by Steven-W15 - July 1, 2018
https://www.dropbox.com/s/0q3yvd1yilr1s64/frases%20condicionales.pdf?dl=0 Esta es una hoja de mis clases gramáticas. Explica bien, creo, como hacer frases de si y cuando usar la forma subjuntiva.
0 replies - Last post by the-hefay - June 30, 2018
From Puno we can take the train to Cusco, which is supposed to be beautiful, The phrase is correct as I found all kinds of examples on the web. It just seems strange to me to see "se supone" and then a conjugated verb (es) directly afterwards. Ah, maybe ...
9 replies - Last post by the-hefay - June 25, 2018
Hello, This is my first time to post here and I am not sure if my post is in the right forum. I am doing the Level 1 Language and Culture Lesson Module 4.10 and I came across this ellos nos los piden (they ask us for them) and I am trying to understand ...
15 replies - Last post by the-hefay - June 23, 2018
Where might I find a chart which provides the conjugation of frequently used verbs?
1 reply - Last post by the-hefay - June 19, 2018
Please: Can someone explain the difference between fin y final. Sentence examples: No, una cuadra, de allí, al fin de la calle están. Al final de la calle, allí están. Al final de la calle. Why use fin at all in the first example, especi...
1 reply - Last post by Alan-L1 - June 6, 2018
Aquí está la frase completa: - Creo que tenemos que esperar a que alguien pase y me den a mí o a ti un aventón a la vulcanizadora más cercana. Creo que debería ser ...y nos de a mí o a ti..., ¿no?
3 replies - Last post by the-hefay - May 30, 2018
"No le pregunté qué va hacer para protegernos..." Why isn't this "va a hacer"? Just curious if this is acceptable without the "a", or just a typo.
15 replies - Last post by the-hefay - May 12, 2018
Hi. Yesterday I stumbled on this website http://www.babbel.com/ . It's a free language resource and there's also a chat room. There was actually a lot of activity in the chat room with both native speakers and learners participating. Well, I didn't dare ...
5 replies - Last post by Ramsey-P - May 9, 2018
In lesson 1.1 two statements vary in their use of "tu". I assume I'm going to learn more about this as I go, but I want to know now! ;) The grammatical comment suggests they are the same form. Is it merely for emphasis in the first? Thanks! ¿Cómo est...
4 replies - Last post by PaulB59 - May 4, 2018
- Bring it down a bit, María… [Me gusta esa expresión.] Veo los dos casos: Bájale y Bájalo. Este último me parece normal pero encuentro el "le" del primero un poco extraño (notar que la persona que habla aquí y María utilizan la forma "tú"). ¿Alguien p...
5 replies - Last post by the-hefay - April 22, 2018
My dad and I are practicing Spanish together, I'm a complete beginner but he has much more experience. We were talking about word order, I know the adjectives come after the nouns but the order of other words is giving me trouble. Like "page 3" is it "pá...
2 replies - Last post by RebeccaA18 - April 21, 2018
And I really want to see a colonial city, which is something that we haven’t seen yet. This comes from the Travelogue. Shouldn't this be "la cual" since it's referring to the colonial city?
6 replies - Last post by Steven-W15 - April 19, 2018
Del "Travelogue 7.2". La pregunta viene de un agente de viajes que tiene delante de él dos personas. Creo que la frase debería ser: ¿Les puedo ayudar en algo? ¿No?
2 replies - Last post by Steven-W15 - April 19, 2018
In Rocket Spanish module 2.1, there is the phrase, "Yo, mi esposa, y mis dos hijos." There is also the phrase, "nadar, tomar el sol, y pesar." I have a grammar reference by Azoulay and Vicente that states specifically that, although English may use a com...
0 replies - Last post by Tomás71 - March 24, 2018
In Miguel and Maria travelogue - Si, pareces mexicana pero no le di mucha importancia. Why use the indirect object pronoun le? Does it mean he doesn't give much importance to how she looks? I thought it should be a direct object pronoun "lo"? Also does an...
2 replies - Last post by the-hefay - March 21, 2018
Grateful if someone can explain which is correct and why? o Me gustaría unas camisetas nuevas. o Me gustarían unas camisetas nuevas.
13 replies - Last post by the-hefay - March 3, 2018
in lesson 6.3 1. Me gusta trabajar. 2. Me levanto a las seis de la mañana. why isn't 1. 'me gusto trabajar' and/or why is 2. not 'me levanta a las seis de la manana' what did i not understand correctly? ayuda, por favor
4 replies - Last post by the-hefay - February 13, 2018
level 1, 6.6, very nicely explains the contexts to use conocer and saber; could someone explain the contexts to use haber and tener, por favor!
4 replies - Last post by the-hefay - February 12, 2018
In travelogue the translation for "luego se queda de pie ahi" is "then stands there". Should it not be "then he remains standing there"? or is "se quada" somehow irrelevant?
4 replies - Last post by the-hefay - February 12, 2018
How do I get the keyboard provided with the lesson to let me use the symbols when writing the words?
2 replies - Last post by Dan-H24 - February 6, 2018
It's one those you haven't been told about but appear to make a sentence. SpansihDict for once failed me so now I need help. What the hell is is this 'he'?
2 replies - Last post by Dan-H24 - February 2, 2018
Assuming that I refer to the form that all people speak and not grammatically. When I talk to you (tu '+ ustedes) I use the same verb or other practice? I know the grammatical answer, for example tu '= comes ustedes = comen But can it be as I described a...
2 replies - Last post by Dan-H24 - January 28, 2018
In lesson 4.2 Bargaining, the text is solo para usted. Here solo means only, shouldn't it be sólo?
3 replies - Last post by Steven-W15 - January 15, 2018
I love my family, but they're going to have to do without me this year. I don't seem to be able to get my head around "vérselas". I am guessing that "verse" refers to seeing each other but I have no idea what the "las" refers to (and I see nothing in the...
5 replies - Last post by yademas - January 11, 2018
- We’ll be very careful with you both. [From the Spanish Travelogue course] The context is two people who will shortly be helping two others. Why isn't it "Estaremos..."? I wonder if I'm ever going to get this ser-estar thing straight. Frustrating as it...
4 replies - Last post by Steven-W15 - December 22, 2017
Why is tú accented in ¿Cómo estás tú? but not accented in Gracias por tu participación ?
1 reply - Last post by Steven-W15 - December 10, 2017
Does anyone know an easy & effective way to have/make the Spanish accent marks available on a traditional English (American) keyboard? I do not have the right side number keys (like on a calculator) just the ones accross the top. Please help! Melissa
6 replies - Last post by Steven-W15 - December 9, 2017
I know this is an idiomatic expression but the bit that I'd like to focus on is the conjugation of the verb llover in the preterite. My understanding is that when you see the word siempre, it usually signals that the verb used should be conjugated in the...
6 replies - Last post by ricardo-rich - October 19, 2017
Where is the beginner's book? Someone suggeted it is in section 10.0, my course starts with 10.1, someone said click on your account, but my account options are profile and logout. Help please :-)
6 replies - Last post by Rodney-J - August 13, 2017
I've reached lesson 4 and I've already seen it to mean: to make, to do, to be, to go. Under what circumstances should it be used for each meaning?
8 replies - Last post by Rodney-J - August 12, 2017
Hi everyone, I’ve recently gone through lesson 12.5: Nature Conversation and the corresponding grammar lesson 12.11: Being Contrary, But, Not Only. I’m a little confused on how sino works, and I was hoping that you could clear things up for me. This is qu...
6 replies - Last post by the-hefay - August 4, 2017
"Lupe está hablando con nosotros." No pronoun is used in this example. Was this meant be nos instead of nosotros?
10 replies - Last post by the-hefay - August 3, 2017
Interesting news for soccer fans but not my point... I can't remember seeing this construction before so I was wondering exactly how the following two phrases differ: - Cristiano ha decidido... - Cristiano tiene decidido...
3 replies - Last post by the-hefay - July 12, 2017
Hi all - I was going over some older lessons that I had done poorly on, and found this sentence: "Practicas tú estas palabras." I had missed it the first time around, and even though I know it is incorrect, I still asked all of my skype partners, from...
9 replies - Last post by KellyMJara - June 11, 2017
In Lesson 4.4, the following sentence is presented: ¿Qué se le ofrece? The translation is: What can I offer you? Why is the verb ofrecer conjugated in the third person here, when I am the one doing the offering? Why isn't it ofrezco? I'm probably too m...
11 replies - Last post by jolietil - June 1, 2017
I am becoming increasingly frustrated with the lack of grammar in Rocket Spanish. Parroting and memorizing phrases is not going to help me build my own sentences when no explanations are given as to why certain words or conjugations are used! Conjugation...
6 replies - Last post by jolietil - June 1, 2017
In lesson 16.8 on Indirect Commands, the following text is provided: USO 2 If you want to tell someone that a specific person (ex. Mario) should do something - that is, indirectly commanding a specified subject, use the following pattern: Que + [present ...
5 replies - Last post by the-hefay - May 26, 2017
This is a phrase from the Travelogue course. Shouldn't this be: - ¿Puede moverse los dedos? I do see examples of this on the web but I thought that you don't refer to body parts in the possessive in Spanish: my teeth, my leg, ...
4 replies - Last post by Steven-W15 - April 28, 2017