"Guten Morgen, Duo!"
Translation:Good morning, Duo!
It's really interesting going through the various languages, one notices certain common base themes and yet certain unique touches in each course. This is the first time I recall seeing Duo introduced. Maybe it's just new in all courses or I just don't recall correctly, but I think the German course basically spoke to Duo as they were teaching it the language and the others didn't. (Although Pol in Irish is certainly similar, and there are other times a name is introduced, I haven't seen Duo otherwise.)
Edit: Nope! gingerninja says it's new in German too; cool! Well, it's cool they're adding that. I like to practice talking to Duo. ^_^
Another Duo sentence. Remove all of these and use German names. It is confusing!!!
Don't want to be all stereotypical, but you do sound like one of those guys from the 30's if you get my drift :p Seriously, how can it be confusing if there is a description when you hover over "Duo"? Relax :)
U use gut for describing the subject like the day is good ~ der Tag ist gut. And u use guten/gutes/gute for describing the object. Like have a good day ~ Ich wünsche dir einen guten Tag.
Gute/gutes is exactly used like guten but gute for the feminin words with article 'Die' und gutes is for the neutral words with 'das'
Why is there a comma after good morning. I would not expect one in english or in German. To me, this indicates a pause after the words guten morgen which I would not do when wishing a specific person good morning. Das macht keinen Sinn!
It's there because it's required. The sentence would be incorrect without it. Keep in mind your personal expectations do not change how the language works.
Since Duolingo is supposed to teach us the proper usage, it actually makes a lot of sense.