I am a woman - Shouldn't the answer be "Je suis prete " , with an e at the end
Yes, both answers should be accepted as correct translations for "I am ready".
I'd take some jaime speaking french on duolingo. I'd practice a hell of a lot more!
Now I understand all the Prêt à Manger places around London. Ready to Eat! And boy, was I ever...
Duo is having fun. This is the sentence that follows , "am I nude" on my lesson.
Duo will not allow me to write "Je suit prête," despite the female speaker in the audio. it states "pret" is the only correct answer. there is no option on 'report' to state "my answer should be accepted"
I agree, a couple a questions prior to this "I am ready" spoken by the female bot was given as "Je suis prête".
Tried to report it but there is no "My answer should be accepted" on this question :[
Maybe a moderator could explain why our answers were marked incorrect or fix the bug in the system?
Sorry, but you are mixing up "près" with "prêt". They do sound the same however.
If you get this as a written test you translate 'prêt' as ready. However, in a listening test, it seems wrong to disallow 'je suis près'.
Yes, the lady is often using masculine adjective endings when talking about herself: Je suis prêt, petit, etc
I think feminine "prête" is pronounced with a 't' sound at the end - 'Preh-th' rather than simply "prey" which is masculine "prêt". Can someone confirm whether I am right?
Correct Gauravpari6. If you often find yourself wondering how a word is pronounced, you may wish to bookmark forvo.com. :)