They did not accept "I don't " instead of "I do not ". It is perfectly acceptable colloquial English!!!
Me too, its ridiculous, also don't accept lady, only woman for donna
Why is it "I do not eat rice." And not "Do not eat rice."
Mangio is the io conjugation of mangiare, so the "I" is implied. "Do not eat rice" would be "Non mangia riso".
Slow motion clearly says "non mangio il riso" but i got it wrong, saying it was "non mangio riso"
I don't eat rice should be also the right answer
Absolutely correct. I wrote the same. They did not accept "don't " although it is perfectly acceptable colloquial English
Why is it not just "do not eat rice"?
Neither do I
I wrote "I do not eat rise" and Duo took this answer as incorrect, but the correct was this sentence, that I wrote
If "Non mangio riso" means "I don't eat rice," how would we write the sentence "I am not eating rice"?
"Don't" and "do not" are the same!
I heard noi instead of non. They sound similar. I guess the clue is in the mangio form?
i made a mistake in English!
3/22/2021: Still doesn't accept "I don't eat rice."
I've used the report function to note it.