"The trees environment" doesn't make sense. If it is a possessive, there needs to be an apostrophe somewhere: "The tree's environment" or "The trees' environment."
It should be the latter, since miti is plural.
Why start insisting on definite articles at this point? They were not required in earlier sections.
I agree. The policy on the use of 'a', 'an' or 'the', or no article at all, is very confusing on this course.
It is not required now. So someone reported it and it was fixed. Just report. It was a mistake.
This one is strange ...
So... a forest? I know that Forest has its own word but I'm trying to think of an example where you wouldn't just say forest in place of this.
why not surroundings of trees?
Shouldn't it also accept "The environment's trees"?
No that wouldn't make sense in English, the environment isn't considered animate so you wouldn't assign any belonging to them.
Could this possibly mean "the surrounding trees"? I said that, and it was marked wrong. I'm not sure I understand how the "ya" thing works (which word is of the other).
what is an environment of trees please?
I think it just means an area with trees in it