I KNEW IT WAS A NAME! But the translation was stone...dammnit.
Stone is "pedra".
Y'all people should use common sense, give Duolingo some slack!! ;)) plus it's capital P so you know it's a name right here
Pedro is a name (names are capitalized).
That name means stone indeed, but in Portuguese, the word is "A pedra". You cannot speak pedro meaning stone (And there's no girl called Pedra either)
haha goodbye stone
hahahahaha this was such a trap
Pedro is a name!
But, what do I say when bidding my pet rock farewell? or throwing a pebble off a cliff?
You say..Adeus Pedro.LoL..hahaxD :-P
|:| not amused
I FELL FOR IT! WHY!!
what the heck^^ stone...
Shouldn't a comma be written between Adeus and Pedro? "Adeus, Pedro"
Pedro stone??? it´s Peter! hahaha ¨"stone" is the meaning xD
They shouldn't do that
To me i'm saying goodbye to a donkey (If you read boys life you would know why)
goodbye stone... wtf?
I fell for it too...
Pedro means fred
I have a friend called pedro..but here it said stone so...
hahah what a joke
LOL, Duolingo, not funny!
I knew it! PETER! ERGH!!!
What? How am I supposed to know it's a name? It was highlighted like it was a new word.