Is the word order important here? I have had two in a row with "whose [noun] is this" and "whose is this [noun]" in terms of english equivalents being correct. Is the order loose and both are correct, does it depend on the noun, or is there something else im missing?
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Are you on the web, Android or iOS? What type exercise was it? Translate Gr to En, En to Gr, was it a Strengthen skills, multiple choice e.g?
What did you write and what does the exercise say the correct answer is?
Hello Jaye, I was on my pc. Three times I completed this exercise, the complete exercise, Gr - En, En - Gr, not just one sentence,. When I had finished, I clicked on 'continue' to start the next exercise, but it did not register that I had completed that one, and so I could not do the next one. It did not register that I had completed my daily total either. I went onto the Spanish course and there was no problem with that, but now I cannot switch back to Greek, as every time I try to change language it goes back to Spanish! I have never had problems before. I was using my i-pad before and that was very good, but I keep getting messages about 'ran out of health' which I do not understand, and it cuts me off!