How would you say “ My grandmother is WEARING pink socks.”
did skarpety glitch out for anyone else?
Yep. Wears/is wearing.
As "is wearing" is concerned, see here: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/27628688
And nothing else
I just had a similar exercise, I think it was "Moja babcia nosi różowe skarpetki."
Why does "skarpety" and "skarpetki" vary like this?
Why isn't "My grandma wears pink socks" acceptable?
I suggest "My grandmother is wearing pink socks" should also be accepted. As there is no major difference between translating this sentence with the English present simple or present continuous. What do you think?
Different things. WEARING implies she is currently wearing them. WEARS means that she does wear them, but isn't necessarily doing so currently.
When do you use "skarpety" vs "skarpetki"
"skarpetki" is just diminutive of "skarpety"
To jest spoko