"i come from germany also" - was my answer. It means the same as the Duo answer. It should be fixed to be accepted.
If you want to use "also" you should put it before the verb (simple past or present tense): "I also come from Germany", it could also be placed after the verb to be or modal verbs.
As far as i know, there is nothing saying you can't use also at the end. It's placement is purely about emphasis.
Not really,then the sentence structure of the english sentence would be incorrect
I'm also from Germany.
I come also from Germany
Auch aus i thought the audio clitched
In the german way they put it it said "i come also from germany" but the right answer according to them it is "i come from germany too" like wth
Is it possible to say: "Ich komme aus Deutschland auch."?
The lesson says that is not a valid German sentence. It says It will explain later.
??? And could it be "ich auch komme aus Deutschland"?
I'm pretty sure that is wrong because the adverb always has to come after the verb.
So that's one rule, nice. Are you sure?
Where the word also in the sentence
I wish they would be closer with the answers,the correct answer is I also come from Germany.
I also come from germany, why isn't that correct?
When you press the slower of the repeat options,he always sounds almost irritated,like he's saying "YOU SHOULD KNOW THIS" Especially with the last word,i kind of find that amusing. Obviously it's not meant to come across that way but still.
That was not true, liar I challenged to you.
Say that quickly 3 times:
Ich komme auch aus Deutschland
Where did the "too" come in play? It translated to "i come from Germany too"
I too come from Germany ?
perché non è corretta questa traduzione ?
i come also from Germany
Germany in other word
Where did the "too" come in play? It translated to "i come from Germany too" I guess too was zu?
I also come from Germany..
I come also from Germany..
I come from Germany too..
This first sentence is correct one
Sorry please don't give me voice messeage
I come also from Germany should be accepted.