I used 'overjoyed', which I hear most often and conveys the same meaning. Not accepted.
Personally think that overjoyed is a notch below crazy. I would say "insanely happy" (if I thought Duo would accept it).
I think it's a slightly different meaning. "Fou" implies an element of wildness, craziness, madness which I don't think overjoyed conveys.
what a crazy expression
He is crazy from happiness
Not accepted, though last time I tried it fixed me with that... Weird..
"He is crazy with happiness," is considered wrong somehow...(??) Somebody explain why, please.
Pourrions-nous utiliser "avec joie?"
i use "it" instead of "he". Why is this wrong?
It is not wrong, although I am curious what sort of "it" you have in mind as being wild with joy.
I wrote IT as well. I have happy dogs.
So do I, but I always say "she" about them.
He is crazily happy??
You wouldn't say this. You say full of joy
My first thought, given especially that it is a medical lesson, was that he was manic with joy. (as in a bipolar disorder)
The full sentence doesn't actually affect what lesson it appears in, just the words in the sentence. This sentence contains the word "fou", so it's in the medical sentence regardless of context.
I wrote "He is overwhelmed with joy." Marked wrong. In my life (I am 75) I never heard "wild with joy."
I went for crazy with happiness, and it was rejected. Wild with joy is more idiomatic but that turn of words didn't occur to me. I think crazy with happiness should be accepted.