"I am alone."
Translation:Je suis seul.
Seule is the feminine; seul is the masculine. Either could be correct depending on the speakers (writers) gender. Don't take the heart loss personally. We're all loosing hearts when it doesn't seem "fair", but each time we learn something new! The idea is learning and now you've learned something new. When we loose hearts and must repeat or practice more, the language simply becomes more imbeded in our brain. All good!! Don't you think?
Im confused about the word "seul" or "seule" because In "Le cheval est seule" It was correct even though cheval is masculine, not feminine. In this case I clicked "Je suis seule" because I am female. It says that there are two solutions, and that is correct, but I got marked wrong…So idk… Anyways, great app though.
The first time I did this question I put je suis suel, It said that the answer was je suis seule. The next time this question came up I put je suis seule , it said that the answer was meant to be je suis suel! How am I supposed to get it right????? Can anyone tell me why this is happening???? Thanx
This phenomenon happens only in dictation because "seul" and "seule" are homophones, while the program only refers to the written version "je suis seul". I know that developpers are looking at a way of identifying homophones but it is not ready yet.
In the meantime, I have disabled the dictation exercise.