How would you say "The patients temperature HAS dropped?" present tense and past tense specific?... "The patient's temperature dropped" is the the direct translation and so its become past tense accusative / generalised.
or does this turkish phrase mean the same?
It can be either - Turkish "-di" past can be either "did" or "has done" in English.
(For pluperfect, "had done", you can be more specific with the "-mişti" past.)
I wrote :"the patient's temperature has fallen " and Duo did not accept it. And as i can read above it should have been accepted......i'm so sad.....
The patient's fever has decreased. Wrong.
The patient's temperature has dropped. Wrong!
'The patient's temperature has dropped' should be accepted as it is a perfectly valid translation. Please amend.
"the patient's temperature fell" how would you translate this?
In English, with this example, fell and dropped are exactly the same. So It would be the same translation.
Same. But if you explain history of patient to doctor you would rather say düşmüştü.