"towards the kid" should be accepted too. Kid is usually accepted instead of child in other sentences.
I repeatedly confuse "goes towards the child" with "walks towards the child". Is there really a difference in the meaning?
"to go" and "to walk" are two completely different verbs in reality I don't really see a difference between the two; however, for the purpose of this exercise (and all exercises in the future) they use specific verbs so you can remember the difference between the two.
It is αυτή πλησιάζει το παιδί, in Greek. Same meaning, different syntax and vocabulary. ;)
Thanks kindly! I do appreciate your input and am enjoying this impossible journey
Why is σε not used here? It was my understanding that it should be used when indicating a location, in this case the child.