Jan 31, 2018 - 10:28 AM
As is mentioned many times in the lessons, Spanish relies on context a lot! In the exercises, we don't always have context clues to tell us what the best translation would be. However, although "Her husband brings her a gift" is a sentence, it doesn't make much real-life sense on its own. In English we would be more likely to say "Her husband will bring her a gift," "Her husband is bringing her a gift" or "Her husband brought her a gift." If we added "every Sunday," Su esposo le trae un regalo todos los domingos, the present tense translation makes more sense since it would be "Her husband brings her a gift every Sunday." BUT, even that could be translated as "will bring her a gift every Sunday." It's all in the context!