It sounded like dikid i didnt know what it was, needs to be clearer
Yes. I agree
In slow version it sounds right : "liquide":
The pronunciation of 'liquide' is horrrrrible
I don't know when water wouldn't be liquid...
It could be frozen or in a gas state.
Yes, by which then it would be called vapour, steam or ice, not water...
Then someone could say "L'eau à l'état solide est appelée glace."
Still water. We refer to liquid water in the same way we would refer to gaseous nitrogen. Just because it's naturally in that state doesn't mean it can't be in others.
People should know some basic physics.
Thanks for the science class, koshermal :)
duolingo: solving mysteries with every sentence.
Water is a liquid is grammatically correct and really should be accepted here, albeit it isn't the direct word-for-word translation the meaning is correct
I do not hear the l