"What year was last year?"
It marked me wrong for actually writing きょねん in kanji (去年) instead of the half-kanji きょ年 that it currently uses. I've reported it.
Is this just an example, or is it being shown as an example of things like "last year was the 24th year of Heisei" or "last year was the year of the monkey", etc?
This question is not '干支/えと'. Because the audio says '何年/なんねん'. We say 'なにどし' when we ask about 'the year of the animal'.
What is the difference in usage between "last year" 去年 (kyonen) and "last year" 昨年 (sakunen), which has the same kanji as "year before last" 一昨年 (ototoshi)?
In my opinion, kyonen is just same as sakunen.(last year) but I am not a native so I might be wrong.
Why does the hints always suggest words in kanji that does not exist among the examples to choose from? I don't understand kanji and I cannot learn them this way. There is no pronanciation of them. I'm just guessing and it's very frustrating. I need to hear the kanjis to understand them.