Which Verb Best Completes This Instruction From A Parent To A Child? Para Hacer La Masa, _________ Los (2023)

Spanish High School


Answer 1

The right answer is:


This instruction is done using the verb mezclar (to mix) in Imperative mode, with the Subject Tú (You) and in present tense:

(Tú) mezcla

Note, the subject Tú (you), is not explicitly in the sentence (and it is not necessary). This is a Tacit Subject.

Therefore, the sentence is:

Para hacer la masa, mezcla los huevos, la harina y la leche bien!

(To make the dough, mix the eggs, flour and milk well!)

The other options are incorrect because:

- (Tú) mezclas: Although is also in present tense and with the subject tú (you), is in indicative mode, not in imperative mode.

- (Yo) mezclo: Although is in present tense (indicative), it is not in accordance with the subject Tú (You).

- Mezcles: Is used in Imperative Negative mode as (Tú) No mezcles (Don’t mix). This does not fit the instructions given.

Answer 2

mezclais the word that fits the sentence.
Correct me if wrong.

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