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If you can explain a bit as to why they are incorrect or correct so i understand.Thank you

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 Apr 1, 2019
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For the first one, its cita.

That is because when you go out with someone or plan its a cita or appointment with that person.

 

Not querer, because that means want. Does not make sense.

 

Not salir, although it does make sense why you would chose that but it does not sit well with this statement. When you go out with someone, its a out. Thats what it sounds like so it does not sound right.

 

Not enamorase, because it means falling in love. I dont think that would use that term also it does not sound right.

 

Hope this helps ;P

 Apr 1, 2019
edited by EmeraldWonder  Apr 2, 2019
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That makes sense. It would be cita.smiley

jjennylove  Apr 1, 2019
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For the second the answer is invitarles. Because the question is asking, when you are planing to go out with some one what is the first thing you will do? Invite them obviously.

 

Not discutir, because that means to argue and you dont do that when you want to invite someone.

 

Not terminar, because that means to finish. And that does not make sense to finish someone.

 

Not darse cuenta, because that means to notice somebody. And you do that even before inviting them. You must notice them to even talk to a person.

 

Hope this helps ;P

 Apr 1, 2019
edited by EmeraldWonder  Apr 2, 2019
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I will take note of all of these thankssmiley

jjennylove  Apr 1, 2019
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Yep, take note. Thats best. ;P

EmeraldWonder  Apr 1, 2019
edited by EmeraldWonder  Apr 2, 2019
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For the third, it is asking once you meet someone for the first time and go out with them, what is it called. It would be a cita a ciegas meaning blind date. That is what blind dates are.

 

Not pareja, because that means couple and if you are a couple then you already knew them.

 

Not luna de miel, because that means honeymoon and you already know what that means.

 

Not soñar con, because that means sleep with and does not make sense.

 

So you were correct.

 Apr 1, 2019
edited by EmeraldWonder  Apr 2, 2019
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Awesome thanks for checking that one . I just wanted to double check smiley

jjennylove  Apr 1, 2019
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Yes its a little difficult since they use different sayings, like cita a ciegas. It gets difficult. But you will understand, just takes some practice.

EmeraldWonder  Apr 1, 2019
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Then for the fourth one, the answer is novia. It is asking for the feminine way of saying boyfriend and that would be girlfriend or novia.

 

Not esposa, because that means wife.

 

Not esposo, becuase its not feminine and it means husband.

 

Not novio, because its not feminine and it means boyfriend. 

 

So you were correct.

 

Hope this helps ;P

 Apr 1, 2019
edited by EmeraldWonder  Apr 2, 2019
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Awesome. Thank you for your help on all of these I appreaciate taking out the time to help me. Really thank you !

jjennylove  Apr 1, 2019
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No problem, I enjoy helping. Let me know if you have anymore questions regarding Spanish, I speak it as my second language. Hope I helped ;P

EmeraldWonder  Apr 1, 2019
edited by EmeraldWonder  Apr 2, 2019

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