"The Czech Republic is in Europe."
Translation:Cộng hoà Séc ở châu Âu.
No, she is absolutely correct. Throwing new vocabulary and new constructions not previously introduced or taught is providing anyone with a new learning experience, but is instead an impediment to learning. It is an impediment because you need repetition to learn, and constantly bombarding the students with non-introduced material is not providing repetition. These things will not be retained as they are presented in these exercises sporadically,
There is no need to introduce new vocabulary or constructions out of the blue when the vocabulary and constructions introduced in the module suffice to do the job. Let the students repeat, repeat, repeat, and repeat again that material until they master it. I'm all for learning new things, in the proper doses, when properly introduced and taught. But that's not the case here.
I agree. It also doesn't help that the correct sentence listed on this page is different. If they want to teach us a new way to say this sentence, that's fine. But then they should actually explain the difference and not make us go hunting for answers in this forum. This crowd-sourcing way of teaching is SO frustrating.
the reason the answer here might differ from the one in the exercise is there are more than one preferred answer. we can of course change it back to just one and mark them as alternative answers, but people will say their answer is equally good and get frustrated over it.