Ayer tuve una cita con Leonardo. Fuimos a un restaurante muy romántico que está junto a un bonito lago. Desde nuestra mesa, podíamos ver el lago y los barcos que navegaban por alli. Comimos los platos muy originales. El pescado que yo pedí estaba delicioso. Nos divertimos mucho, pero al salir tuvimos un problema. (I know there's more but your question cut off at "una d" so I couldn't answer the rest, sorry)
There's really no explanation other than the fact that I've spoken, written and read Spanish all my life, I'm a fluent speaker xD
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well you are subtracting the terms 3x and -11y from the terms 38x and 61y. so to start you multiply 3x and -11 by negative one to get rid of the parentheses. you then you combine like terms.
Ayer tuve (1)una cita con Leonardo. Fuimos a (2)un restaurante muy romántico que está junto a (3)un bonito lago. Desde nuestra mesa, podíamos ver (4)el lago y (5)unos barcos que navegaban por alli. Comimos (6)unos platos muy originales. (7)El pescado que yo pedí estaba delicioso. Nos divertimos mucho, pero al salir tuvimos (8)un problema. una de (9)las ruedas (tires) del carro estaba pinchada (punctured). ¿puedes creer que tuve que cambiar (10)la rueda yo porque leonardo no sabía hacerlo?
In this activity we have to fill in the blanks in order to complete the text using the appropriate definite or indefinite article. Definite articles in Spanish are El, La, Los, Las (which can be translated to the) and are used to refer to specific nouns. The article must match with the noun in gender (masculine/feminine) and quantity (singular/plural).
Indefinite articles n Spanish are Un, Una, Unos, Unas (can be translated to a/an, some, a few depending on the context) and are usually used to say there is exactly one of something, To describe a person with a noun, and to describe an approximate amount of something.
The complete text in English is:
Yesterday I had a date with Leonardo. We went to a very romantic restaurant which is next to a nice lake. From our table, we could see the lake and some ships traveling through it. We ate some very original dishes. The fish I ordered was delicious. We had a lot of fun, but when we went out we had a problem. One of the tyres of the car was punctured. Can you believe that I had to change the wheel because leonardo didn't know how to do it?
Socrates' box is 48 sq inches larger than Plato's.
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