Translation:I do not know why bananas are yellow.
The yellow color in a banana indicates that the peel is beginning to deteriorate and releasing sugars into the rest of the fruit. This is when the flesh of the banana becomes less bitter and starchy. The decrease in chlorophyll, which is what causes plants to appear green, allows pigments called "xanthophylls" to show their yellow color. Xanthophylls are the same pigments that appear in yellow leaves, egg yolks and papayas.
Bananas turn yellow when they ripen due to the decreased amount of chlorophyll, in a process similar to leaves turning from green to red.However, not all bananas turn bright yellow, and some varieties have red, purple or green skins even when ripe.
btw, I always thought that Goku's hair looks like a cluster of bananas :')
- or why the sky is so blue or the White Cliffs of Dover are - well, a rather dusty shade of grey. Though I am sure we'll get plenty of valuable information about chlorophyll, and about the reflection and absorption of light.
Because that's the subordinate clause (the 2nd clause), the verb get shoved to the end.
Cannot be "why THE bananas are yellow?" I know it doesn't say "de".... But it works in English as well, doesn't it?
IN the audio the "geel" sounds like "geil" . if Duo wont change them , there are a lot of people ganna say "geil bananen" on the street lol
You can keep saying that,maybe you got accent from your region,but all my friends wont say "geil" tho, and it slitly different when you say EE and EI, this came up with a friend laugh at horny bananas.
And now- sadly, I still can't quite hear the difference between ee and ei, let alone produce those phonemes accurately myself! :'(