what does "sujeto tacito" mean

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the above phrase is on my spanish homework but I do not understand what it is asking me to do. the phrase is in parenthesis and is proceded by "articulo/sustantivo comun/adjectivo"

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updated NOV 9, 2009
posted by chanyah

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That's the funny thing about Spanish. I read that as a silent person, but tacit can also mean implied....and sujeto can also mean subject.....so it probably means that the subject is implied. Sounds like you didn't pay attention in class.

updated NOV 9, 2009
posted by jeezzle
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I typed a couple of the phrases into the translator that is at the top of the page.They came out as tacit/implied subject and common noun.

I think your teacher may have the key to the instructions. It looks like it is asking you to identify the parts of speech but your guess is as good as mine on that one. At my age I finished and turned in my homework a long time ago.

updated NOV 9, 2009
posted by nizhoni1