"Анна у своих родителей."

Translation:Anna is at her parents'.

November 16, 2015



" Parents' " not " parents "

March 23, 2016


I agree there must be an apostrophe

April 6, 2017


I think it is a programming error. The apostrophe appears in the answer sentence at the top of the page, but it is omitted in the word-choice exercise.

October 25, 2018


Why, and what is the meaning of the sentence? At her parent's house?

August 12, 2017


Yes. "At her parents' " with 'house' or 'place' implied but not written.

August 18, 2017


она and анна have the same pronunciation, this is boring...

November 10, 2017


Listen more closely: Анна stresses the first consonant and она stresses the second. Duo has been consistent with these different pronunciations since the 'Alphabet' basics.

Boredom does tend to result from stunted observations. Or maybe you just need headphones... like Duo keeps suggesting.

March 9, 2019


So when you say "someone's at some other's place" you use the accusative?

November 16, 2015

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    No, you actually use the «у» preposition + genitive.

    «У» has a number of uses. You must have seen it in the sentences like «у меня́ нет кни́ги» 'I don't have a book' (you could understand it as 'at my place, there's no book' if that helps).

    November 16, 2015


    What does this mean? Duo's not giving me the English translation.

    May 19, 2016


    " Anna is at her parents' "

    May 19, 2016


    when doing a listening exercise with this sentence, is there a good way to distinguish between "Анна" and "Она"?

    August 17, 2017


    анна has emphasis on the first syllable. она is on the second

    September 2, 2017


    also Анна is somewhat longer.

    Personally I hope this worka for 12 vs 19

    September 8, 2017
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