There are several places in the Spanish course where the answer to a single pair of pants is given as a 'pant'! Pants is a plural word that does not have a singular. So when we say 'Put on your pants' you only put on one pair! (I hope)
A dog can pant, but that is not a pair of trousers (pants).
I dont remember it any more. I wanted to report it as a mistake, but since the new website, I am not able to report problems any more -it appears to be some incompatibility with my browser maybe -as nobody else seems to have that problem?
I have actually come across it a few times.
Yes, I've stopped reporting problematic sentences in German for the same reason. The "Report a problem" button gives me a pop-up, but the buttons in the pop-up don't work to submit the problem. I think I've noticed this primarily using Safari on Mac OSX.
Hope that helps!
Yep I have the same problem - I also use Safari ... I wonder if it is a Safari problem?
It's the fashion singular, sweetie dahling. :-D http://www.theguardian.com/fashion/shortcuts/2013/sep/18/tom-ford-fashion-singular-❤❤❤❤
On yer, darling! Have a lingot!
But let's not get carried away by the fashion industry - its far from general opinion (as yet). For now we might stick with the English we all know!
Hmm... I go for ❤❤❤❤❤, trousers and pants no singulars (except for a ❤❤❤❤, if there is only one, that is) - hehehe!
I saw your comment - one example is 'tu pantalon' under 'clothes' - the two answers given are
The first is definitively wrong.
I have to say that I have also seen other examples.
Hope this helps!