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Old October 22, 2011, 05:01 PM
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Help with ser or estar

Can someone check if I am right? I hope I didn't make many mistakes
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Old October 22, 2011, 06:02 PM
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6 and 8, problems with the original text -they don't make much sense-

7: that room has no hope, hasn't it?

11: the way you put it, "hoy" means "nowadays".

12: "puerta" is not a "tú"
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Old October 22, 2011, 06:24 PM
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Nice work.

I'll add to hints already given...

6) The meaning of "listo" is unclear in context. It can take "ser" or "estar", depending on whether it means "smart" or "ready".

7) "Ser" or "estar" both would make sense, but the meaning of the sentence would be different.

8) "en 101" must be "en el salón / en el aula 101", but the verb is wrong.

11) Wrong verb in the first sentence.

16) Wrong conjugation.

Last comment: Many accents are missing.
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Old October 23, 2011, 09:07 AM
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Nice work.

I'll add to hints already given...

6) The meaning of "listo" is unclear in context. It can take "ser" or "estar", depending on whether it means "smart" or "ready".

7) "Ser" or "estar" both would make sense, but the meaning of the sentence would be different.

8) "en 101" must be "en el salón / en el aula 101", but the verb is wrong.

11) Wrong verb in the first sentence.

16) Wrong conjugation.

Last comment: Many accents are missing.
Thanks for helping me understand my mistakes!
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