This isnt a verb that ends in -er. All -er verbs end in e, es, e, ons, ez, ent when put with the pronoun. Fait is a form of faire which is an -re verb... they don't conjugate the same way.
All REGULAR -er verbs have those endings. "aller" is not conjugated like you said.
Why can't it be "You do the meal"? Do/make it's the same thing in certain contexts, like this one, I guess.
Because it is different word. I am not english native speaker but I think you don't always cook the meal, i.e can you say "cook" when you mean sandwich? So it sounds fair that app checks if you know exactly word "make", not "cook".
You don't necessarily have to cook something to make it into a meal. For example, if you were making sub sandwiches, you don't have to cook it.
As a native English speaker, I can definitely confirm that you don't cook a sandwich (unless you toasted it, maybe)
Text and sound is not the same thing. He reads like "vous faites DE le repas "
If you wanted to ask somebody if they are "making the meal", would it be grammatically incorrect to interchange the two statements below? I believe I was taught the proper way in school was use the latter, but not sure if it matters. And is there a difference between spoken and written French, where both might be acceptable in spoken but not written? "Vous faites le repas?" Faites-vous le repas?"
Dont think making a dinner should be wrong, feels much more natural in english
whats wrong in "You cook the meals" when is repas singular and when is it plural ?
is this more like ordering (jokingly) someone to make the meal or stating the ongoing fact that someone is making the meal?
I typed you make the meal and it said incorrect but then showed that as the correct response.
I am sure I pronounced this correctly but I got a red cross. It would be useful to know which words were incorrect. As with the written exercises
I can not hear the difference between "vous faites le repas" and ''vous faites leur repas". Should ''vous faites leur repas'' be accepted?
I listened to the recording, fast and slow, five times and could only hear leur repas (their meals), not le repas. Rather irritating. Looking down the comments, I see others heard that too.