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please explain why

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 Mar 7, 2019
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Well depending on the type of spanish you are taking (they must be teaching spaniared spanish) its a different answer. 

 

But for the first on it uses "esa" meaning "that one"

The second uses "aquella" meaning "that other one" or "that one over there"

The third uses "esta" meaning "this one" 

The fourth uses "aquel" meaning "that one over there" only difference is that it is masculine and it does not sound right 

 

So the answer is most likely B, if not it is A

 

Hope this helps ;P

 Mar 7, 2019
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Why wouldnt it be D , using the singular form of aquel ? wouldnt u use aquella if there was more than one ?

jjennylove  Mar 7, 2019
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It wouldnt be D because first of it doesnt sound right when saying it. Also it is masculine, the statement is more of a feminine answer. 

EmeraldWonder  Mar 7, 2019
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It uses words like "cerca" which makes the statement more feminine. Using aquella is more apropriate. Its like grammar. 

EmeraldWonder  Mar 7, 2019
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oh yes! I forgot about that also plural would be aquallas not aqualla that is just feminine .That makes so much sense thanks ! Ive posted another question if you dont mind checking it out just to double check some of my respones. smiley

jjennylove  Mar 7, 2019
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Sure, I might not know it depending on what subject it is. But I will try my best : )

EmeraldWonder  Mar 7, 2019
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Its some more Spanish , that works even if its just an educated guess it really helps ! smiley

jjennylove  Mar 7, 2019
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No problem I am just happy to help ;P

EmeraldWonder  Mar 7, 2019
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Jjennylove, are you a K12 student??

 Mar 7, 2019
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That does look like the k12 Spanish class, I used to take it. 

EmeraldWonder  Mar 7, 2019
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Why do you ask ? smiley

jjennylove  Mar 8, 2019
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Because I am a K12 student, and my K12 school uses Middlebury as its foreign language course :)

 

When you posted that question, I recognized it from the Spanish Middlebury course ;)

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