Why is "I am eating her apple" considered incorrect? Is there another way to express the present progressive tense?
Yes, but you'll learn it later, there's a skill "Continuous" after the second checkpoint.
Sure thing. Thank you for this course! It's been very fun so far. I'm used to practicing Chinese, and Vietnamese is wonderful for its alphabet.
Why not both? :P
Tôi ăn táo của cô ấy in the old Vietnamese script: 倅咹棗[貝+古]姑[衣 with the top 2 strokes removed]
Oh damn the other characters won't display. :(
I eat her apple, she eats my apple. Can't you guys just eat your own apples?
i ate her apple in vietnamese would be "tôi đã ăn táo của cô ấy" or "tôi ăn táo của cô ấy rồi." For more specific. But yeah, in general, we don't care much about past tense. That's why "ăn" can be both "eat" and "ate". The answer should be correct imho.
Interesting how the possessive comes after the subject. Thanks for the sentence. I'm really enjoying learning Vietnamese! :)