I'm confused about specific vs general statements. Is "Hungarian workers don't hurry" being marked wrong because it's incorrect, or because this is a beta course? :-)
I agree with Andrew359786. Couldn't this be a general statement about Hungarian workers? (If so, I'd like to move there. :))
It's confusing to me because sometimes when I do include the article (in English), it's marked wrong because they intend it to be a general statement.
I have read through the thread below and have nothing to add as my concern was also about the solution being a general statement, so "Hungarian workers don't hurry" ought to be accepted. I find the topic is already covered. Thanks guys! :)
Same point as Andrew359786 and Bastette54. Is there an answer? How would you say "Hungarian workers do not hurry"?
I thought this was the way to say it (that is, the wording of this exercise). Duo isn't always consistent about what it accepts, probably because different people developed different skills and lessons. They're fixing it, but it's a long process.