you don't need to use "got" in British English, as an educated native British English speaker, I can state that as a fact.
"Have you got any advice to give me" is exactly the same and much more common than "do you've"...
You can use both. Brazilians usually use "para" in this case, so I think "a" is the standard in European Portuguese.
When this question comes up there is no sentence or audio for translation, so I have had to put a letter in just so the lesson would continue. Has anyone else had this problem?
Three times in a row the audio would not work for this particular exercise. Others continue to work fine.
The audio from this sentence is broken.
Why can't I report it afterwards the "timed practice" is finished and the question is only shown in the review panel?
Sorry, missed the two recent comments (one month old) below this; crappy comment ordering.
At least I reported the audio issue today with a bug report.
Reference code: 1235343
Quote: Audio still does not work, neither normal nor slow
The audio button in the "sentence discussion" is also not working.
I sent them today another e-mail (reply) to my previous bug report (reference code: 1235343) as a reminder: https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/1004885$comment_id=30598871