https://www.duolingo.com/ThomasBeck4

Schreibe, was du hörst: You two, please!

Warum kann die Antwort nicht: "You too, please!" sein? Meine Übersetzung dazu wäre: Ihr auch, bitte.

Liege ich falsch?

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https://www.duolingo.com/Der-Michael

Englischer Mutttersprachler hier.

Wenn die beiden Antworten nicht akzeptiert werden, solltest du das melden.

"You two, please." und "You too, please." haben die gleiche Aussprache.

Ohne Kontext kann man sie nicht unterschieden.

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https://www.duolingo.com/LeviMatthew

Hallo, ich spreche Englisch, und es meint: ,,Ihr beiden bitte'' :)

Entschuldigung für meine schlechte Deutsch :)

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https://www.duolingo.com/lollo1a
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Klingt ähnlich! Da kannst Du ja mit Melden arbeiten, während der Übung. Im besten Fall gibt es dann eine Nachricht, falls die Antwort zugelassen wird.

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https://www.duolingo.com/GlobalJim711
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Ihr ist das Stichwort...Mehrzahlform!

Joseph will nicht mit.

Hey Joe, you too please! Two wäre hier falsch.

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https://www.duolingo.com/Der-Michael

I don't think you're understanding.

He had a hearing exercise. "You two" and "you too" have the same pronunciation, and therefore without context, they must both be accepted.

The word "ihr" was not in the exercise. Furthermore, you could say "you too" to multiple people. It doesn't have to be singular, so the "ihr" wouldn't make a difference, even if it were in the exercise.

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https://www.duolingo.com/GlobalJim711
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Without context, I agree..what kind of listening comprehension test is like that..I took tests in Germany, Switzerland and Austria..it was always a conversation..if you held up your end, you passed. No one can guess the right homophone without context? Was this DL?

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https://www.duolingo.com/Der-Michael

True language tests would, of course, always have context to go along with the question. I too have taken my C1 exam in Germany.

However, this isn't such a language test, but rather a listening exercise on duolingo. A "Write what you hear" exercise. Just as you said "too" and "two" are homophones. That is why without additional context, duo can not simply accept one but not the other.

"You two, please" and "You too, please" are both correct sentences, but just have a different meaning.

Since the German translation is only given after you submit your answer there is no way to tell what is expected.

You two, please = Ihr beiden, bitte / Ihr zwei, bitte

You too, please = Sie/Ihr/Du auch, bitte

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