how "we wear no hats" is wrong?
It is not wrong. In English it means the same thing as they said. I said exactly the same thing as you: "We wear no hats."
Pretty sure it is not grammatically correct
A: Which hats do you wear the most?
B + C: We wear no hats.
We don't wear hats, is better.
It's OK grammatically but we just wouldn't say it.
Duolingo, you need to correct your pronunciation of hoeden. It sounds like [u-rən] than [ɦu-dən].
Totally agree. The slowed-down version just made everything less legible.
This needs to be improved, indeed. Unless you're doing this test over and over, listening to this audio is just unintelligible.
Sounds like no word from any lesson so far and hat=houd=hut(ger) shows the homophonetic similarity of its origin
Ditto. "We are wearing no hats." Rejected...
Listen to the male voice saying "geen" in the slowed-down version. It's very cursed.
I was wrong with We are not wearing the hats. The response was We are not wearing any hats. Also, why is the response in the lesson and the response above different?
The hats would be de hoeden.
Thank you for your very quick response. Why the first response "any" hats not the same as above
Because the sentence can be translated in a few ways.
I wish that "hoeden" meant "pants."
Please change the speaker..., he is so hard to understand!