"First, you exit the building."
How do we know if the sentence is referring to "you" or "I" in this case.
Its kinda based off common sense, you wouldnt give directions to yourself and also when your speaking you would be taking to another person, it would obiviously be for them.
Yet another question that shows the kanji 建物 in the dictionary hint but only accepts hiragana たてもの in the answer.
Many, many of the Duolingo sentences are broken when using IME input instead of the Word Bank. We poor souls that choose to use it have to deal with constantly being incorrectly marked as wrong due to Duolingo's arbitrary nature when it comes to which words it will accept in kanji-form.
It's funny that "tatemono" in hiragana can translate to "living thing", while in Kanji it translates to "building"! xD
縦 means build, commitment, construction, etc. 物 means thing. たてもの means constructed thing. 生き物 (いきもの) means living thing. Hope this helps
Just wondering, if in the above sentence "に" was used instead of "を", would the sentence still make sense / what would it instead mean? I.e: はじめに、たてものに出ます