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The Jetsons; Chitty Chitty Bang Bang; Jules Verne; Hungarian linguists at Duolingo - and before we know it, this sentence won't just be a whimsical, eccentric statement to test our burgeoning langauge skills, but a real mode of transport. http://www.forbes.com/sites/ericmack/2015/03/16/finally-a-flying-car-could-go-on-sale-as-soon-as-2017/#60af8953219e. Sziasztok!
I am simply in love with this kind of sentences. I could bet that it is the best way of learning, both the grammar and the vocabulary, too.
It is nothing to do with "obligation" it is all to do with making a study course intuative, realistic and straightforward. If you have to guess the correct interpretation of "the flying saucer is landing in the big city and the fish are jumping into it" how is this in any way helpful in understanding a day to day language. Use common sense.
I have the feeling "understanding a day-to-day language" is not the goal of this course, sorry. :´)
You'll learn some Hungarian here, but some useful and necessary parts are underrepresented or missing.
Also I'd like to argue that surprising sentences are pretty useful to assess if you indeed understand what is being said, beyond the constraints of common sense.