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Do these mean the same thing? I do my work on a laptop at school. Yo hago mi trabajo en un ordenador portátil en la escuela.

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you might want to double check but i think laptop is just laptop in spanish. also, im assuming that by work you mean homework. if so, i would write Yo hago mi tarea en una laptop en mi escuela. also double check on the gender of laptop
The laptop has a gender? o_o
every object has a gender in spanish for example: el carro , la ventana, la cilla, el tambor etc. el-him la-her

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So, would it be Yo hago mi tarea en un laptop en mi escuela instead of una laptop?
depending on the gender if girl (or la) then leave it as una if boy (or el) then chacnge it as un i think its una though
I'm not following you. How do I tell if it's a guy or a girl? ¯\(o_o)/¯
its one of those things that you kinda have to memorize
But how? ._.
I mean, it's a laptop.
@y? Inanimate objects don't have genders. @poopsiedoodle Laptop is just laptop or computadora in Spanish.

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