It's a scheduled task
Yes, I eat my oranges at exactly 2pm on the spot no matter where I am
It's in /etc/cron.d/
If anybody is looking for a mnemonic for "kiam" - "kiam contains the letters AM, which relate to time".
she should eat them now
Finally a useful sentence.
She's usually so unhealthy
Only on Thursdays
Is there a rule to explain why it's "When does she eat oranges?" as opposed to "When is she eating oranges?"
Also, is this really looking for a time of day, or could it be answered with stuff like "when they are in season" or "whenever she feels like it"?
I'm not sure what you mean for the first question, but for the second one:
It isn't looking for a time of day, just any time, so your two example answers are fine.
por matenmanĝo eble?
In the shower!
Mi mangxas orangxojn cxiam! Mi amas ilin!
Is it me, or the pronunciation of "oranĝojn" is wrong? I've been told that words in Esperanto are stressed in the second to last syllable, and I'm pretty sure the speaker said oranĜOJN, instead of oRANĝoj.
"When is she eating the oranges?" is marked as incorrect. Any particular reason why?
I've listened a dozen times. I'm hearing "manĝas Poranĝojn". There's a distinct P sound in there.