A Twitter for Duolingo's funny and outrageous sentences
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The tweets provide both languages, so you can learn a questionable phrase each day! And definitely feel free to suggest good ones in the comments here or by tweeting @shitduosays :)
A couple I remember from Italian:
You are not a man, I am a man - Tu non sei un uomo, io sono un uomo
I eat your duck - Io mangio la tua anatra
I speak with the turtle - Io parlo con la tartaruga
I have a snake in my boot - Ho un serpente nello stivale
I think you meant "esta bomba puede matar a mucha gente", "gente" is fem, and it's only used in plural when you're referring to ethnias. It's usually used in singular, it's a "sustantivo colectivo" (collective noun?), that is, a word in singular that refers to a group of something. Like "forest": a group of trees. Viva la revolución, y suerte con el español.
Tu manges mon canard (you eat my duck!) There were a couple of good ones with bananas and sausages, but I can't recall any of them now.
Il mange un papillon. He eats a butterfly. He ate a shark and a spider too, I see a hungry owl.
Il mange un dauphin. - He eats a dolphin. It reminds me of dolphin-free tuna.
A refreshing effort, but man, there's gotta be more... like chairman plays with the girl (oops), or CEO plays with the owners et cetera cetera cetera
Boo... looks like the German, Italian and Portuguese teams were way more creative than the Spanish one.