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Question means "Which is the movie that bores you most?" Aburre means bores (singular), aburren means bore (plural). Notice you are talking about one single movie, so you need singular.
Me aburre means (it) bores me Me aburren means (they) bore me
The ends of all sentences mean "the movie called Space."
The answer needs to state "the movie called Space bores me the most." It has to be "it _bores_ (singular) _me_ (not you) most the movie called Space."
so the answer is C. Me aburre mas la pelicula que se llama Espacio. ??? right??
also can u pls check this one for me? Choose the best response to the question below. Te encantan las rosas? A. Si. Me encanta las rosas. B. Si. Te encanta las rosas. C. Si. Me encantan las rosas. D. Si. Te encantan las rosas. **my answer: A is that right?? :)
In Spanish this question asks idiomatically "Do roses enchant you?" or "Do roses please you?" with the meaning being "Do you like roses?" The subject in the question is "las rosas", the roses. The verb is "encantan" meaning please. The verb is in the plural to match roses in the plural. Te means you as in "_te_ encantan" meaning "plaese _you_". The answer is "Yes, roses please me." meaning, "Yes, I like roses." The answer also must have the verb match the subject. Since "rosas" is plural, the form of the verb encanrtar must also be in the plural, "encantan." Since the answer is "Yes, roses please _me_", "me" in Spanish is "me" Try again
is it C right? :)
awesome! thanks :)