Teaching words like "bed" or "chair" or "tree" would be too predictable. No, instead we shake things up and learn words like "windshield" and "hectaliter".
haha ikr like at least put this at the end of the course
Would "The windshields are not tinted" be correct? If it's just a vocab test then ... whatever, but if referring to windshields in cars then we have tinted and not tinted, but nothing "coloured" and the word would be very unnatural.
Given that we don't know they word for tinted yet, I think they're doing the best they can.
that's a very rare word to learn I believe
Could you use "nuanțat" (instead of "colorate")?
In Britain, and relating to cars, we refer to "windscreens" not "windshields".
True, but Duo being an American company, this course uses American English. However, it's Duo's policy to accept British variants, and I had no problem with either "windscreens" or "coloured".
When it is a general statement, as it is the case now, we don't use the article"the". You simply say: Windshields are not colored.
In December 2020 "windscreens" wasn't accepted for me...
yeah, because who needs to learn how to say "how are you" or "i am from" first...