Same here, my guess is that even though they give the definition of "zur" as "by the" when you mouse over, its not accurate in this context. This is just an assumption though, maybe someone with a clearer understanding can chime in?
i have a question, how to use "nicht" and "kein", because i don't understand in what kind of case should i use those words, or we can use both of it in all of case and it has same meanings... owh... this makes me confused.. hilllfff mirrr! :/
Despite the fact that people in the comments are saying that such things are accepted now, I put "They are not coming to the door", and it was rejected. How has this not been dealt with in four years? lol.