What is wrong with "we always eat at noon"?
Yeah, I put "We always eat at midday." and was marked wrong. I wouldn't mind if it wasn't for the stupid '5 hearts and you're out' system!
BTW, there are no hearts on the web, not even on the mobile web.
Thank you! Yes, I knew this, and I have been meaning to move over to using the web version, to stop my reliance on the word bank, but using the app on the phone is just so convenient.
Maybe I'll try using the web version on my phone.
why not: "we eat at twelve always"
That word order is wrong -- or at least very unusual -- for English.
As a native speaker of English "we eat at twelve always" is perfectly grammatical to me and should be accepted.
As a native speaker of English, this sounds incredibly clunky. It would be understood, but I would never expect a native English speaker to use this word order.