So, after getting penalised for putting 'like this' in the other sentence, I get penalised for putting 'like that' here...grrrr...
“Currently, it's like that“ is accepted now.
"It is currently like that." is not.
Duolingo, get your work done. THIS SUCKS.
Is 'like that' really wrong? It should mean both, right? Can someone clarify. :/
I also put "Currently, it is this way." Seems like a less awkward sentence to say in English than "Currently, it is like this".
How do I say "it is like that" instead of "it is like this?" doesn't "e assim" mean both "it is like that" AND "it is like this?"