Why does the hint say "gets cold" but is getting cold is not accepted and it wants "is cold"? Getting cold and being cold are two very different things.
exactly, I wanted to write "is cold" but I made an error and I trusted to the tip
Oops. I keep typing melonade for some reason! Inexplicable intermittent dyslexia i fear...
Or you just watched Homestar Runner videos?
Why can't it be "the lemonade is cool"?
"cool" = «fresco» («fresca» in this sentence since «limonata» is feminine)
So, is avere used when a person is hot/cold but essere is used when an object is hot/cold? Is that the pattern?
Nice to know that this word is gender sensitive.
Cool is fresco, and cold is fredda? True?
Yes, "cold" is «freddo» in the masculine.
Why does it sometimes pronounce the "E" as an "I", as in "fredda" in that case?
It sounds like she's saying the lemonade is "fried" :/
Frigg??? I listened to it over and over at every volume.