...the 21st night of September?
The 5th of November...
九月の21番の夜? Hm, doesnt ring as well
Weird that Anata is suddenly making a comeback
"Anata" can be rude. They really shouldn't have that for a sentence like this.
It accepted 覚えてますか for me, without あなた being used
It has removed March 2020
When did we learn the 覚 kanji?
Don't you remember? :)
For me, it was introduced earlier in this same lesson.
"覚えますか" is not marked as correct. Including あなたは is incredibly unnatural.
That's because it wants you to use the ている form for "the state of remembering," rather than the non-past ます form ("will remember/remember")
I was wondering about that, thanks
There is no audio for the "oboete"
To my great surprise, DuoLingo accepted 覚えている？ Thanks, buddy.
Is "あなたは覚えますか？" also correct? And if not, why not?
It is not correct because you're supposed to use the te-iru form of the verb. See Ever2662's comment above
Isnt you implied in the question?
For those of us who duolingo decided not to give the audio for the kanji "覚えて" is "おぼえて".
I remember Minmay!
why is "oboemasu ka" wrong?
is it wrong 覚えますか ?
Cna i just say (覚えて?)
Can I just say 覚える？
Why do we use て here?