Rule 5 (and last!)

Only a few one-syllable words have accents to signal different meanings:

give él he/him más more me I know yes tea you
de of, from el the mas but mi my se pronoun si if te you tu your
qué question or exclamation word (what)
que relative pronoun (that)
Click on each one-syllable word and decide whether it needs an accent or not.
Pulsa cada monosílabo y decide si necesita tilde o no.
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1. Creohermano habla¡problema! I think your brother speaks more than you do. What a problem!
2.abuelo diceniñodivertíanosotros ahora. The grandfather says that as a child he used to have more fun than us now.
3.vidamejorarátengoenmismo. My life will indeed get better if I have faith in myself.
4. No quiero estarcon, quiere estar conmigo. Nohacer. I don't want to be with him anymore, but he does want to be with me. I don't know what to do.