Translation:I enter the bank.
is it "irimasu" or "hairimasu" i cant tell by the robot voice speaking too quickly
Because hairu is to enter (intransitive, meaning the doer of the action is being affected) while ireru means you are putting something in (transitive, meaning the doer is affecting something else with an action).
Yes, both "the" and "a" should be acceptable translations, since it's not specified in the sentence.
The omission of a subject inplies that youre talking about yourself in japanese
not necessarily. by default, Duo implies the subject being the speaker in an affirmative sentence, and being the listener in an interrogative sentence. however it could be any pronoun as long as both speaker and listener know whom they are referring to, as the subject could have been previously mentioned or contextually identified.
Why is "I enter the bank" 銀行に入ります but "I exit the bank" is 銀行をでます?
Why does the particle に for one, but を for the other?
How do you differentiate between present and future tense? I will enter the bank is not accepted.
I'll subscribe to this question because I'm curious as to how you're supposed to differentiate between present and future in Japanese in general.
I don't think there is a future tense. The only indication is by using context words like "today, tomorrow, next week" etc.
It should be accepted. Report it. The only way to differentiate between present tense and future tense is context.
"I go into the bank" is not accepted. reported 3 times gotta get DLJapanese outta Beta
Why is "I enter in the bank" not accepted ? It's "Ni" so it's a direction or a place, so it's "in the bank" right ?
to enter is never followed by the preposition in in English. its definition by itself already means "to go in", there's no need to add another in
you can make a request for an action by simply attaching ください to the て form of the verb. the て form of 入る is 入って. 「銀行に入ってください。」
How are we supposed to report how ridiculous it is that it won't accept an answer with ぎんきょう in Kanji, nor will it accept an answer with 入ります in hiragana?? In other words you have to jump through hoops to force some words into one alphabet and others into another...