I didn't learn "alle" as meaning that.
Alle can also mean "All gone."
Yes, at this point I did not know how to translate empty :/ and they are giving an incorrect hint... not good
I didn' t either
I clicked on the word 'empty' to see the suggestions and it said 'leert', so I used it. Turns out it was wrong, as it's actually spelt 'leer'. Could this be a bug or...?
Whaat? I thought alle means all. So if something, it would be full. How come here Alle means empty?:((
I do believe it is a form of idom
And that is all. :)
"Alle" can mean "all gone."
"Unser Bier ist leer" was also accepted. What are the cases that you would use "leer" or "alle?"
"alle" is really colloquial, maybe even infantile in my opinion.
Warum schreiben Sie "leert"? Under the word "empty" you wrote "leert". Please correct your mistake.
we so far learned that "alle" means "everyone"... is "empty" another meaning of this word?
Our beer is finished. The bottle of beer is empty.
In German language I don't know if is a difference of sense.
The answer /Refill it !, was a joke.
Our is plural; shouldn't Bier also be plural? Our beers are empty
Could be a pitcher of beer. Could be one beer shared among many people, like that strawberry the dog ate...
Our beer is all? I don't get it. I tried "hohl" as in hollow, but that didn't work.
I assume it's a German play on words. Our beer is all (gone) & Our beer is all (as in everything).
nichtig sounds good. Why not?
Why UNSER , not UNSERE?
Has anybody ever used that combination of words before-'my beer is empty'? Duo, are you really an owl or are you a cuckoo?
Why is "nicht voll" not correct?