Wouldn't it also be natural to say "We ask for an answer"? I was marked wrong, and the right answer was "We request for an answer", which sounds a bit strange to me.
You're right! Course is still in beta, make sure to report your answer so that the guys behind the course can do something about it.
Yeah, and "we request an answer" is also fine, so if it is not accepted, report it.
"We request for an answer" is incorrect English. It could be "We request an answer" or "We ask for an answer".
Isn't "We are asking for an answer " also correct?
It should be fine.
we request the answer: not accepted
"in beta" cannot serve for an excuse forever
Can also replace "an" with "the".
We are asking for an answer. I'm being told that's wrong. And it's been reported.
Up to now ----- Tunapenda = we like; tunaomba = we ask
I used "response" instead of "answer" and it was deemed wrong. I've reported.