"It snowed last night."
ゆき(雪) = snow | ふる(降る) = fall from sky |「ゆき が ふり まし た」 = "Snow fell from the sky" / "It snowed"
None of the help it provides is helpful. Everything it suggests is Kanji. But it gives all the options in Hiragana. Nothing before has given me training to know this.
For some people, it is actually easier to remember a word/kanji/whatever, when they make a mistake and have to correct it. I, personally, don't care if I fail a few times and I welcome the challenge. It's part of the fun, isn't it?
The kanji are being added, but it's still inconsistent. Today it was ok with 雪 and 降り, but not 夕べ。
The correct answer included words that did not exist in the word bank I was given...
It marked me wrong for writing the full thing in kanji:
I've reported it (11/11/17).
Still don't work 28/1/19 Lol and here I was thinking I'm contributing by doing this
Because yuki/snow is the subject of the verb furimashita/fell, not the object