Why? Germany produces a lot of scientific and other articles and is very useful in that regard.
I put "We do not like school" and it said it was wrong? It would only accept "love" instead of "like"
seems to be fixed now, looks like someone reported it and they fixed it
From the creators of Duolingo, appears MathMaster, for learning math and win the diploma
Me too. Its the boiling pot of hatred and pessimism. Full of homework, tiredness, heartbreak.. etc
Major tone here speaks about their feeling about the sentence (me too), not about the grammar
Another example of where the negation of the verb does not carry through to the direct object of the verb - школу is in Accusative case, since it's a direct object, not genitive case, if it were being negated.
I wish I had noted the instances where the direct object was Genitive because of negation, but I can't recall specific instances, i simply recall that i have seen it.
I would LOVE school if they taught Russian and Japanese, but my school only teaches spanish! I know a lot of spanish already, and it's very easy to learn with Duolingo! It's harder to learn languages like Japanese or Russian here, though!
Yes, it's incorrect. "Nya" - in Belorussian language. In Russian - "Ne"
This example sounds incorrect. It says "неАлюбИм" instead of "не лЮбим"
Interesting - not a single question or comment about the fact that, as in English, школа/school means not only the physical building within which teaching occurs, but also the process of of teaching/learning occurs.