it has quiet at the hotel is awkward, but is one of the solutions accepted.
The only two answers in the database are 'It's quiet...' and 'It is quiet...'
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when i gave the incorrect tense "it was quiet in the hotel," the app responded with "it has quiet in the hotel." try entering my incorrect response and see if you get the same correction from the app.
Not something that I can test currently. There is certainly nothing in the database to cause Duo to make that response, so it may be a general system glitch.
Why is: 'she is quiet in the hotel' not accepted. I get why it would be more common to hear the phrase 'it is quiet in the hotel', but there could be a female visitor in the hotel who is quiet, right? Or would you then make a different sentence?
Hmm. I would probably put it a different way, just as you probably would in English - 'That guest is very quiet, isn't she?' or similar. It is just an odd thing to come out with with no context, whereas 'it's quiet in the hotel' is more likely.
It is one of the problems with teaching sentences like this - without the context we tend to go for the more likely or more common translation. If we put in every possible translation and interpretation of what could be going on, the whole thing would become unmanageable very quickly.