"Secondo me arriva sesto."
Translation:According to me he will arrive sixth.
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Sometimes in Italian the present tense is used to indicate that something will happen in the near future, or to emphasize certainty. This can be compared to the use of the present progressive in English when speaking of future events.
- "I am going to school tomorrow/Vado a scuola domani"
- "I am eating the steak this evening/Mangio la bistecca stasera"
The voice recognition is "working" in a strange manner: when I pronounce correctly (no matter the frequency) it's rejecting my answer and when I don't say anything it accepts the silence as a valid answer. :D I think that the latest DL release has the worst voice recognition compared to the previous ones. Any other opinion? Grazie!