He is my male counterpart.
"He doesn't exercise, he just likes to sleep" rejected.
i feel personally attacked
I know how he feels...!
"He does not do exercises; he only likes to sleep." is rejected.
It looks like "exercise" ("運動") is being used as a noun here, so singular or plural shouldn't matter.
Okay this is stupid if i write "does not" it rejects it. It has to be the abbreviated version "doesn't"
He doesn't exercise, he only likes sleep. This should also be acceptable?
Anyone else hate the comma splices all throughout this course?
Fix the typo bug please!
No one says 做运动 in this kind of dialogue, usually the word 做 is omitted since the word "运动" is already a verb here. Adding that particular word is just redundant.
shout out to my boy 高文中