what's wrong with USA or U.S.A?
Agreed, 'America' is not a country
"Nuoc" is water, "My" is American ... surely the answer is coke.
no, "nước+...." is name of the country, do not to drink.-> "nước Mỹ" = America.
I think you missed the joke.
What's the difference between using "Hoa Kỳ" and "Mỹ"? Is "Hoa Kỳ" more formal (United States of America) while "Mỹ" is less formal (America)?
There is really no difference. I have never heard "Hoa Kỳ" in a conversation though.
Last i checked America was a continent, not a nước
According to the dictionary, this means.. Noodle Country? Is that correct and is there a reason for it?
Noodle is mì/mỳ and USA is Mỹ
1 year since I reported this and Duolingo still doesn't accept USA or U.S.A. nhanh Nhanh Duo!
It really is important that we differentiate between continents and countries. Unfortunately, "USAian" does not roll off the tongue.