On the SpanishDict Flashcards, the card for 9'oclock says "las nuevo." Should that not be "las nueve"?
In the Spanish Dict Time and Date Flashcards, the card for 9 o'clock says "las nuevo". Should that not be "las nueve"? Thank you so much for this site! cathy.
Thanks for replying. It's in the flashcard that is linked to the lesson, so I believe it's on the stand alone flashcard that discussed Time and Date. It's on both the flashcard (which for some reason doesn't have a picture ascribed to it) but then again it is repeated below in the place where they have all of the words listed separately (where you can also hear the word pronounced separately.) Thank you so much for this site. I am not a traditional student, as I am 56 years old, but I am committed to learning Spanish. You are my first "formal" class, as to this point I'm self-taught (with workbooks) and by watching Noticias and telenovelas on Telemundo. Muchisimas gracias, cathy.
Hi Cathy. Welcome to the SpanishDict forum.
Yes, you're right. The word "nine" is indeed "nueve."
Hope to see you around.
The title of the Flashcard set is Date and Time/fecha y la hora. You wrote the title backwards and I couldn't find it with the search engine.
You are also correct that the picture prompt isn't loading for this entry.