I typed in "is everything with you good?" which in my opinion is a more accurate translation and it wasn't accepted either. 9/9/18
"Is everything with you good" feels a bit odd in English. You wouldn't use 'good' in this context and when you'd say more like 'Is everything good with you'.
That's exactly what I typed in! Still not accepted as of now, however. :(
I agree with you! Всё means everything so it doesn't make any sense
I think "is everything okay with you" should be accepted... it's May 25th, 2018
My first thought was "Is everything fine?" Which means the same thing as, "Are you ok?" So. I believe that should work as well, right?
Всё хорошо would be "Is everything fine." Here it's moreso asking "Is everything okay with you?" Although I don't see why that isn't accepted.
Well, i don't know. Maybe i would translate this as "Are you all right?" Because it put "всё" on the sentence. Maybe i'm not correct, but What do you'll say?
Why is 'Is everything good with you' not accepted? How would you say/write that in Russian?
Ok so to answer my own question "всё хорошо?" is fine. I reviewed my previous lessons and came across it. But still what about "ты хорошо?"
"ты хорошо?" No, because it doesn't make sense
"всё хорошо?" is an abbreviation for "У тебя всё хорошо?"
все is all or everything. Your answer is incorrect as it includes neither word.
There are so many possible translations for this one as it cannot be completely litteral
I think "is everything fine/ok with you" should be considered right, but at least "are you alright" is acceptable.
Is everything ok with you (is good, i think, because it means the same...
The translation of this exercise is very odd "Is everything ok with you" should be accepted
I also typed in "Is everything ok with you" and still says that I am wrong. January 25, 2019
The more literal translation "Is everything fine with you?" was not accepted on 14 Mar 2019.
I knew Duo wanted "Are you OK?", having had this wrong previously.
I would most likely have said "How are you?" had I been speaking English instead of the Russian to someone I had just met, to convey what I think is the same idea. Is there something I do not understand about the Russian?