Let's hope some wisecrack who isn't taking this seriously will try that as an answer, report it, and that they'll start accepting it... but I doubt that such a person would have gotten this far in the course :)
"I doubt that such a person would have gotten this far in the course" That's where you're wrong...
That's my question - the hint said "is over" or "end"; so I wrote "This is over" and it was marked wrong, and said the correct is "This is the end" --- so I reported it, and said that one or the other is wrong: either the hint is wrong, or the accepted translation is wrong. I'd really like to know which way it is????
I wrote it's over and it wasn't accepted. I guess we'll have to stay together duo...
Reminds me of Adele // This is the end, hold your breath and count to ten (8)
Hovering over "eto" reveals two possible translations: the and this. Yet, the correct solution somehow translates this word as "that." If "that" is an acceptable translation, why is it not listed in the hover options?
The hover options are automatically generated. Don't take them too seriously. It's just a hint that may help but might mislead instead.
Don't take the hover hints seriously AT ALL. They are usually some combination of wrong, misleading, and/or incomplete. You're better off using an on-line translator to get help.
Could this be translated as simply "The End"? If not, what would be the more accurate translation of "The end" (as in movies and books)?