Sorry not me! I looked and looked and looked, I had rimangAno not rimangOno. Hope it helps, I was shocked when I read this discussion and three people also felt that they had exactly what was the answer.
Well you said "staying" which here isnt true because thats present progressive. This lesson is just simple present tense so the correct sentence would be " The men stay in the restaurant" not "are staying". Hope that helps .. ciao
No one speaking idiomatic English would say "the men remain in the restaurant." One would say: "The men are staying in the restaurant." You would use "the men remain on the fence," for instance, but that is a known expression.
On the other side of the pond it only made me think that the spiders (ragni) haven't come down yet... Rimangono being "to get pregnant" (rimanere incinta) makes more sense.
Someone probably thought that "are up the spout" is more polite...