Am I allowed to put 'Today in the afternoon I write a book'? Does it have to be in the particular order of 'I am writing a book today in the afternoon'? Thank you
The other word order is accepted, but not "I write", as it doesn't suit the specific time "today afternoon".
Hi Jellei, now the word "this" is missing from the pool of the answers and I can't complete the exercise. Cheers
Can you provide a screenshot? The only starred English answer here has "this afternoon", so it really should have been there.
It looks like we are learning English, instead of Polish in this course. I would like to learn Polish from Duolingo but looks like there are a lot of barriers. From my opinion, if we use "this afternoon" in this sentence, it should be "I wrote a book this afternoon" or "I will write a book this afternoon." If we use "am writing" in the sentence, it should be "I am writing a book now."
I hope there will be more flexibility in accepting the answers.
I know it's rather an question about english grammar, but why not "This afternoon I write a book"?
While that's confusing to me, it seems that this can actually work. Added.
Oddly enough, I put “reading” instead of “writing”, and “this afternoon” got marked wrong.