Chopkins906 I'm guessing when I say 'yo' is included for emphasis or possibly a comma would have been considered okay. Doesn't mean yours was wrong and is worthy of reporting.
Amethystarcher - as for each vs every my dictionary shows both acceptable.
Keep in mind there is the possibility that native spanish speakers may not use these other options.
It would be VERY helpful if Duo would make the accents brighter - maybe even a different color - so we can distinguish a letter with an accent vs. one that just has a dot.....I find the accents hard to see. How about a break for people who have trouble seeing? And the rest of you! Hope others will promote this. PLEASE! Por favor!
"Te quiero" comes from the verb 'querer'. Querer means to want or to love, so technically, "Te quiero" can mean "I love you" or "I want you" (Te deseo). "Te amo" comes from the verb 'amar'. This is used for a deep kind of love. It's often used in dramatic situations, such as a soap opera. For starters "Te quiero" is more commonly used.