Why is Το σαλόνι έχει λαμπα not accepted? I didn't think the μια was needed.
A year later, the alternative you gave still was not accepted -- it was just red-screened for me, too.... (And nobody's responded to your question, which is now mine, too!)
I've added it
When do you use φωτιστικό
and when do you use λαμπα or is either acceptable here?
I think φωτιστικο is more like "light source", so an overhead light for instance is a φωτιστικο but not a λαμπα.
Thanks so in this case the sentence might be confusing as it says "lamp" intead of lightening..
Up to now the training has been that λαμπα is 'lamp' and φωτιστικο is 'light'. The sudden switch unfair and should be corrected. If asked to select the translation for 'lamp' I would always select λαμπα and should not be penalized for it.
Either is ok in general. Both are accepted here. What kind of exercise was it?
Το σαλόνι έχει ένα λάμπα - marked as wrong as λάμπα is supposed to be φωτιστικό. I don't understand when you're meant to use lamp or light?
You can use ένα φωτιστιό or μια λάμπα. You can proceed much more easily if you use these hints
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I thought λάμπα should be accepted?
What was your entire sentence?
Did you use the correct article to match the feminine λάμπα rather than the neuter φωτιστικό?
τι είναι η διαφορά μεταξύ λαμπα και φωτιστικό; ευχαριστώ
nacreousnereid ειδα μια καλη απαντηση πανω!
Λαμπα still not accepted as an answer
It's accepted, so it's likely there was some other error in your sentence. You need to report your answers for us to be able to see them.
"έχει ένα" vs. "έχει μία"-- no difference?
Ένα is used whe the following noun is neuter, μια or μία when the following noun is feminine. Μία/μια λάμπα (feminine), ένα φωτιστικό (neuter)
Why is my sentence wrong: "Η ζωντανή έχει μια λάμπα"?
"Living room" is a room, in a house. If you wanted to translate this word for word you would need. "ζωντανό δωμάτιο" "the room that is alive". please tell me you're joking.
No joke! ζωντανή is one of the given hints!