this should be right with today at the beginning or end.
At the beginning
I think "Let's go to the movies today." should also be accepted. "Let's go to the theater today." sounds very British, as an American I would never say that.
Some theaters are for plays, not movies.
Movie theater ≠ Theater
You see films/movies in the cinema and plays in the theatre
You really need to decide what 극장 means. I've been pinged for translating it as both "theater" and "movie theater" in different sentences.
극장 refers to any place with a stage or screen for performances whether it is for plays, concerts, or movies.
If you want to be specific for movie theater, you can use the word 영화관.
It's just theater, not specifically movie theater.
I agree -which is it?
Shouldn't "Today let's go to the theater" also be accepted?
I JUST DIDN'T USE 'THE', WHY CAN'T IT BE ACCEPTED?!?!
극장 = 劇場
i wrote exactly that without ' and it gets it wrong:(
Today lets go to the theater should be correct as well :(
Yes please i wanna go
All i did was us ethe wrong fluffing to?!??!?!?!?!?!
I fergot the word "the"
It says is wrong just because I didn't put the period at the end.
These exercises are very inconsistent with the use of the word "together." In many cases, it is simply implied, but in other cases, it is actually necessary as part of the response. :(
For some reason, there was no option for "Let's go to the theater today." Instead, all I could type was "Let go to the movie today." and got marked wrong
뭐지 이거 그냥 let's go today가 안돼....???
I have put the right answer but they dont accept