11) ¿Dónde tu mochila? Está
In this exercise we will use some concepts:
The simple present tense is used to talk about habitual actions or routines. This tense is also used to describe things that happen now or in the near future.We use the verb estar to indicate temporary states and locations. In this way, this verb stands for position, location, action, condition, and emotion. If we think that the reader or listener knows which particular thing or person we are talking about, then we use definite articles, perhaps because we have already mentioned it, or when there can only be one (e.g. el Papa - the Pope). In this way, there are four definite articles in Spanish: el, la, los, and las, whose translation is often the same word in English: the.
So in the file below, you will fin the solution to this problem.
In this problem, the answers are as follows and the explanation of each question has been attached in the file below:1. Correct C- ¿Dónde está la puerta? 2. Correct B-La silla está al lado del escritorio 3. Correct D-El ratón está detrás del teclado.
4. Correct C-The flag is on the computer screen.
5. Correct A-El estudiante está delante de la ventana 6. Correct B-My pencil sharpener is in my backpack
7. Correct D- Los relojes están encima de la mesa
8. Correct D-de las
9. Correct D-de las
10. Correct Los
11. Correct Está
12. Correct Estamos
13. Correct are very literate
14. Correct are working to increase the student/computer ratio
15. Correct play at least one sport
16. Correct children are required to go to school until they are about 18
17. Correct They have both won Nobel Prizes
18. Correct Simón Bolívar
19. Correct He wrote a musical piece at age 5
20. Correct He had political differences with the Castro regime.
Compared to most of the children in the world, the children in Costa Rica are extremely literate. they are reqiured to got to school by law.