Translation:It took six days.
In another thread, ついたち is said to mean the first day of the month, and いちにち should be used to mean one day, even though both have the same kanji.
I'd like to know the exact pronunciation of the this. It goes by so quickly it's hard to catch.
I assume that when Duolingo introduce a new word you must just use that in the contexts show in the app, of course if you don't want bother you searching for each word individually like I'm also won't do.
It also can mean to cost money.
"It took (cost me) 500 yen to buy this ramen"