About.com http://french.about.com/od/verb_conjugations/a/essayer.htm suggests both essaye and essaie, but only the latter is accepted 06/14
The comment says essaie is accepted, not essaye. Did you mean to say the opposite.
tries out is in the translation, but 'he tries out' is considered a wrong answer. sup with that?
He tries is complete and does not need a subject. He tries out is incomplete and does need a subject (he tries out for the team).
He tries out can be complete. the "for the team, dance squad, cheerleaders, etc" is understood.
In English, it is very uncommon to say 'he tries out', but more 'he tried out' or 'he is trying out'
It's just you. Is not the "e" what sounds like "é" but "ai". If the "e" is after an "a, é, i, o or u" at the end of a word, is always mute.
OK, I get that my English grammar was messed up but, come on!! ( He trys) That should have been accepted with a type-o advisory!
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"He trys" was marked incorrect.......really? Is the spelling "tries" in both UK & American english and if that is the problem surely I should have been marked correct but with a "typo" advisory?