"Él es un conde."
Translation:He is a count.
Of all the possible occupations out there, this seems like the one I'm least likely to use /encounter.
Really disappointed that my solution wasn't accepted: "He is a count (ah ah ah ah ah)"
Who selected these nouns? I don't think I have ever used the word "count" in my life. If they wish to teach professions, let's have babysitter, beautician, cashier, programmer, librarian, gardener--real stuff. Not words from fairy tales!
if it's useful, babysitter or niñera, cajero/a, programador/a, bibliotecario/a, jardinero/a.
I couldn't agree more. I am a bit disappointed with the choice of vocabulary in this skill.
I would just like to note, that it is terribly funny how worked up everyone gets over the choices of sentences. Just relax friends, it's a free program and it's funny. Maybe duolingo has a sense of humour or maybe they just wish the best for us - someone may marry a count.
Buenos dias el mudo!
I assume "count" here is some title that can be bought/earned/inherited in a country that has royalty. I think of them as a rich person.