actually the sweetest bananas have lots of brown spots on them! the more you know
Why is 노래요 not acceptable?
shouldn't this be translated as (or at least be an accepted answer) sweet bananas are perfectly/completely yellow due to 는 being used?
It should be accepted, but not because of 은/는. Rather Korean doesn't have articles, so the distinction requires additional context.
"The sweet banana is totally yellow" doesn't work
Why is it "The banana" and not "A banana"?
Korean doesn't have articles, so it can be either, depending on context. If it was marked wrong, report it.
Flag it ;)
Either one could be correct. I think they accept "the" and "a" interchangeably whenever you have to type the answer in.
So, the top isnt blacc?