"I am not going to drink wine tonight."
Translation:Δεν πρόκειται να πιω κρασί απόψε.
It's been edited in the incubator, but unfortunately it seems like we can't completely remove πιώ from the best translation just yet, since they are linked to the main sentences (which we can't edit either, since the tree is locked in beta.). But it is on your list of things to fix, thank you for your patience ^.^
If there is a multiple-choice exercise, you have to choose all the correct solutions -- it should say that at the top of the exercise.
If there are two correct solutions, you have to choose both of them. Choosing just one at a time will be marked wrong, regardless of which one you choose: you have to choose both correct solutions at once if there are two.
(And rarely there can even be exercises with three correct solutions. Then, of course, you have to choose all three at once.)
Are "Δεν πρόκειται να πιω κρασί σήμερα τηv νύχτα" and/or "Δεν πρόκειται να πιω κρασί σήμερα το βράδυ" acceptable forms of the sentence? I've heard tonight being said in those forms before, but I'm not sure if there is some sort of grammitcal rule that makes it wrong for this sentence.