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Son las doce y no puedo _____. A. duermo B. dormir C. duermes D. dormimos

MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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B. Dormir
D. Dormir
since puedo is already conjugated you don't have to conjugate dormir . D.dormir

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@InYourHead IS D. the correct answer?
D is "dormimos." Not "dormir." It's not D. But your logic IS correct. Since "puedo" is already conjugated, the verb right after it must be infinitive.
whoops i meant B..... but ok thxs
Uh huh, I figured you meant B.
lol how long have you been speaking Spanish?
I started Spanish 1 when I was in 8th grade. I went through Spanish 5, in 12th grade, and took another year of Spanish in college. That's about 6 years.
wow! I just moved to a spanish country for about 2 years and picked up the language from the locals. But i have been in sign language for about 5 years. Im learning french now.
Good luck to you with that, really. It sounds very nice.

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