What does this actually mean? Direct translation makes no sense in English. Does it mean, to have a good sense of smell?
It makes no sense to me as a native speaker, just like it makes no sense in English. It seems to be a word by word translation from one language to the other - a poor choice of thing to translate for learning purposes in my opinion.
Weird flex, but okay.
DL tosses in sentences like these just to make sure you are still awake!
One day I'll fly away.... (using my nările)
It's charmingly quirky! I've found many strengths in people but never considered the nostril. Multumesc Duolingo
It's probably a statue speaking :-)
Romanian Duolingooooooo!!! Pleeeease, use better, "normal" sentences for learning and practicing your language. Very often the sentences don't make any sense!!
:-) I'd say "sănătate!"
Said no one ever
Would this be a pickup line? Hahaha
Are these weird nonsensical sentences generated by a computer? And then rendered into mangled English by Google Translate?