onto the sofa, rejected, even after having been "brain washed" to use onto, even when it sounded awkward. Yes, it may sound awkward here, but I would argue that "ra" emphasize the direction and justifies the use of onto rather than on.
LOL.. 3 months later and "onto" is also correct now.
"The girl enters and sits down on the couch" is pretty correct I think.
"Couch" was rejected. But a Couch is the same as a sofa.
I see you posted this 4 months ago. I just tried it again and "couch" is still being rejected. Reported!
A yeat passed and guess what? Still not accepted!
couch and sofa are synonyms.
Why is it kanapéra and not kanapére?
A word which contains back vowels takes a back vowel ending.
"The girl comes in and sits down on the settee". 'Settee' was rejected, but it means exactly the same as sofa!