Translation:Today the Prime Minister is visiting a school.
Isn’t ‘premier’ another word for ‘PM’ in some former British colonies (e.g. Australia)?
The Duolingo hint says that odwiedza means is visiting and will visit but my Today a prime minister will visit a school is wrong.
Hi, the hint (at this moment) says (he/she/it) is visiting, (he/she/it) visits. I think the sense of (he/she/it) will would be formed by using the the future perfective (odwiedzi) or będzie + imperfective infinitive.
I think "Today the Prime Minister is visiting school" should also be accepted, no?