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¿Qué haces, Carlos? A. Está comiendo. B. Estoy comiendo. C. Están comiendo. D. Estás comiendo.

MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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What do you do, Charles? A. He's eating. B. I'm eating. C. They're eating. D. You're eating. is this the correct translation
Did Google Translate seriously think that "Carlos" is actually "Charles"?

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answer is B
Verb is in Tu form... response should be in yo form.
i put b and it was marked wrong...
That's very very strange. I would have put B, myself. The question was "What are you doing, Carlos?" And B says "I am eating." Maybe it wanted us to say "YOU are eating"?? That wouldn't make as much sense though.
i know u am going to have my teacher look at it and what is the correct pronoun to put with pensáis
That's the Vosotros form of "pensar." I'll just give you that answer, because the vosotros form isn't even used in most countries.
Pronoun would be "vos."
so it is vos pensáis
Yeah. That's right.
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