So the first sentence of my philosophy class was whether 'she' deserves punishment and now there is a criminal teacher. Where is this going?
probably that stolen chicken...
Are you certain?
Why begikk and not begått?
Same reason you say "I was" not "I been"; 'begått' is part of the perfect tense.
That makes sense
Ah, the dark side of Duolingo... I missed you already! :D
Why is "the teacher has committed many crimes" incorrect?
That's a different tense. That's present perfect, while this is simple past.