Translation:I don't like studying.
I don't usually post about missing stuff that'll get fixed, but getting いや only translated as yes and no was pretty amazing
I feel like youre trying to get help with the translation when it comes up with "studying is yes/no" is kind of .... Confusing....
What's the reason to have different readings between きらい and いや? They're both na-adjectives and nouns and mean the same thing as far as I can tell.
For anyone that finds this as weird as I do: iya means disagreeable, but it has the particle ha in front of it, and the word hai means yes. Iya is also a way to say no, so it gets a little confusing.
Most probably a bug.
Benkyou wa iya desu. -right?
But the particle "wa" is written as は, which is otherwise read as "ha" so the software probably mistook it for..
Benkyou hai ya desu? lol
I don't know how the "Iya" gets teanslated to "yes".. the "iya" means dislike.
You probably clicked on は by mistake. The software groups the は and the い together and translates it as "hai" (yes).
"I don't like to study" would be grammatically correct, but "I don't like study" is definitely not correct (at least in American English).
Pretty sure this is on the community course content creators' shoulders not the duolingo staff members'
Just for fun I tapped the で in です and it gave me a tooltip for いやです -- don't like. So the correct information is there, you just need to tap on a word that you definitely already know.
Hint says "yes no" .. Looks like its a negative though.. As in "don't like", right?
Why doesn't it accept "Study is terrible" ? I thought "I don't like studying" would be ”勉強することが好きじゃないです。”
In everyday usage, no difference. However if you really want to dig into details... "dislike" means you have a negative feeling about something. "Don't like", if you take the two words apart, can mean that you do not feel positive about something, but it does not say that you feel negative (or not) about it. Think of it as "dislike" being < 0, and "don't like" being ≤ 0.
Pretty sure I've seen いやused on its own in anime. Specifically to express strong disagreement quickly.