Translation:This beautiful young kindergarten teacher is not sitting on the bus, but on a tram.
So the verb even though only at the end of the sentence applies to all the sentence, even the part before the coma?
Is there any reason to mark my answer wrong?: This nice, young kindergarten teacher does not sit on a bus, but on a tram.
My answer was rejected :
This pretty kindergarten teacher does not sit on the bus but on a tram
The correction given is :
This pretty young kindergarten teacher sits not on the bus, but on a tram.
The solution given here, in this post is
This beautiful young kindergarten teacher is not sitting on the bus, but on a tram.
I see no reason to refuse a simple present since the correction uses it, nor to refuse the negation of "sit" instead of the negation of "bus" since the solution uses it.
You forgot "young" in your answer. Not sure that's the reason why it was not accepted, this course is indeed full of this kind of mistakes, but it might be.
You are right ! I forgot one word; Thanks for noticing.
What kept my attention and puzzled me was that the conjugated verb was underlined and not on the fact that a word was missing (or, at least I didn't see it)
This time you want ON .But there does not seem to be much logic: is it more comfortable to sit ON a bus or a tram but IN a taxi??