Translation:I work from Tuesday to Saturday.
▪NEW PARTICLE ALERT▪
"から" and "まで"
These two words are particles just like others we have learned so far (は, が, に, へ, etc.)
から = FROM まで = UNTIL, AS FAR AS
I'll make an easy sentence using familar words for us:
"I partied from morning until evening."
I hope this helps!
Yes, this is actually a very general problem with listening exercises. They don't allow reporting "My answer should be accepted.", my guess would be that the creators didn't expect there could be more possible answers in this context. Please, file a bug report so this gets more attention.
It's more specific to an industry than a country. My mom was salaried when I grew up and she worked Sunday thru Thursday. The other manager worked Tuesday thru Saturday. That way weekends, although lightly staffed, still had a supervisor available if necessary. For context: she worked at an animal shelter. Open or not, those animals gotta eat and go for walks and get cleaned up after.
Okay, Duo! You REALLY need to get better about accepting kanji on the "type what you hear" questions. It's killing me trying to figure out how much kanji you'll accept, and sometimes it only accepts it with certain kanji. I don't understand why "Type what you hear" is so inconsistent whereas the rest are just fine on accepting kanji.
The "type what you hear" questions only accept one right answer. Unlike the other questions, they are not designed to allow alternative responses because you are expected to listen and type exactly what you hear. For most languages, this would be fine, but Japanese is not most languages. The listening exercise always uses the official translation and because the course uses limited kanji, that is frequently a mix of words written in kanji and hiragana. If you use more (or less) kanji, Duolingo thinks you answered wrong.
It is a known problem, but difficult to fix without significant reprogramming.