"Te nem ismersz színésznőket?"

Translation:You don't know good actresses?

July 8, 2016



You don't know any good actors, do you?

July 8, 2016


actors would be színészeket ... the addition of "nő" in the word specifically means actresses.

July 10, 2016


Isn't this also correct: You don't know good actresses?

July 17, 2016


I agree, it should be correct.

August 4, 2016


I have the same question.

July 28, 2016


Don't think there's anything wrong with your translation. Report it. It's still beta.

July 31, 2016


"Do not you know any good actresess" I just mistyped the "s"-es but it should have been accepted!

February 10, 2017


It should not. English is a little weird when it comes to contractions. In a question like this you can either start with "Don't you know...?" or "Do you not know...?", but not "Do not you know...?"

February 10, 2017


no waaaaaay :( I did not know that! I thought that always can be used" Do not, enstead of Don't... Whatever. Thank you

February 10, 2017


"You don't know good actresses?" is wrong?

July 20, 2016


It's good, just not the most common way to ask a question in English. :)

October 13, 2016


I use "Do not you know goof actresses?" Because the contraction Don't sometimes isn't recognized. .. but it was not accepted

December 5, 2017


English grammar is weird. :)

When you have a negated yes-or-no question like that, the proper order is "do-subject-negation-verb". So you need to write "Do you not know good actresses?" Oddly enough, contractions are able to skip that subject, so you can also say "Don't you know good actresses?"

December 5, 2017


In conversation in English we do not ask if you know good actresses as much as do you know any or some good actresses.

December 3, 2018


"You don't know good actresses?" is not a question but a statement and the "?" should not be there. If Duolingo wants question in English, as it is in Hungarian, should recommend "Don't you know...?"

February 20, 2019


"You don't know good actresses?" is a declarative question. Since it's used to request information, it's a question, and the question mark is appropriate here.

February 20, 2019
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