It's unclear to me whether there is a one to one match for words like "great". For example, here I attempted to use "excellent" for נהדרת but that was incorrect. Is this just a lack of alternatives in the lesson or this actually incorrect?
I live in New York City. I write, teach college and am a management consultant, which I think may be more to the point. How would you translate נהדר? I think "great" is a boring superlative. And "awesome" is overused, and, frankly, tired.