Perhaps "we will stay in class for at least two hours" should be allowed? I don't think the given solution "we will stay in the class for at least two hours" sounds right.
I am not English speaker, but doesn't "in class" presume that there is some teaching going on?
Missing 'the' before 'class' caused me to die on the last question. Hate it when that happens because of errors in the application.
"We will remain in the classroom at least for two hours" was marked wrong. Why?
Why "resteremo" coming from "rimanare". Isnt it troppo diverso? xd
resteremo coming from restare, the meaning is the same as rimanere, more or less
Thank you! I thought of "restare" but I associated its meaning to "to rest", but actually we would use " riposare" for this, I think.
The duo voice sounds more like "prenderemo"
What's the difference between one m and two m's?
One 'm' is for subjunctive/coniuntivo:
Resteremo - We will rest.
Resteremmo - We would rest.