incorrect English! on, not onto !!
Why not "Mi" leülünk? Please explain.
The conjugated form implies the grammatical person, you don't need to explicitly use the personal pronoun unless you want to specify it for some reason (as in we sit down as opposed to some other people, who don't).
I was marked wrong for adding 'Mi' at the beginning of the sentence...is this really wrong?
My finger slipped and I wrote "éz" instead of "és", which led to immediate punishment. Give us some slack here!
"You used the wrong word"...what BS