Translation:What music does she like listening to the most?
I tried a similar sentence: "What is her favorite kind of music?" I think both our sentences should be accepted since that is how most English speakers would ask the question.
Favorite obviously should be interchangable with most liked.
"To listen to" is this context is fairly redundant, although I don't times you might ask about someone's favorite music to play or listen to, but without any specified, the question in English defaults favorite music to listening to.
Favorite is what i used too and it wasn't accepted. Reported, needs work. Lmao
there is 听 so maybe you'd have to at least say "What is her favorite kind of music to listen to." However that was not accepted either...
"What kind of music does she most like listening to?" should also be acceptable.
Technically, maybe, but many English speakers are comfortable with doing so. In any case, this is supposed to be a CHINESE lesson, not freaking English.
Actually, that's not a real rule in English, despite many English teachers preaching it throughout the years. Miriam Webster did a video explaining why that "rule" became popular, and why it's not really valid. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OLxLK_R6jQ
Granted, this is a Chinese lesson, so it's kind of irrelevant here.
Please look at David Cristal on the origins of this grammatical fallacy. This set of Duo exercises has already accepted an ending preposition in several instances.
Isn't "What music does she most like to listen to?" acceptable word order too?
"what type of music does she enjoy listening to the most?" is wrong, but substitute "kind" in there and it's correct. Please update
What kind of music does she like listening to most? That sentence is beyong awkward. You would not use 'most' like that in English.
What music does she listen to the most or what is her favorite music to listen to should also be acceptable
I had mine marked wrong because 'most' was in a different position. "What music does she most like to listen to."
乐/樂 is one of a few characters with multiple pronunciation. "yuè" for the sense of "music", and "lè" for the sense of "happy."(快乐/快樂) Still another pronunciation, "yào," is archaic and rarely used.
My translation "what kind of music does she most like listening to" was not accepted, but it is correct
To the most? That is not correct grammar.the correct answer is:"what kind of music does she like to listen the most". Duolingo's got to have bug fixes and grammar checking.
This answer is correctly gammatically, but the mean is definitely WRONG!!! Ta ti de zui dou de yin yue shi se ma? Should be the chinese phase for the English
The answer is not grammatically correct. To be grammatically correct it should be "... the most".
Sometimes its "like" sometimes its "love." Both options should always be accepted, or am I tripping?
Directly translating it seems to be: "She most like listen to what music." So it seems the zui4 （最）modifies xi3huan（喜欢）rather than the ting1 (听).
But I'm not sure of how the grammar rules work here...
Maybe it is a question of the absence of the de possessive?
Would that make it "what is her favorite music to listen to?"
Hm. I think the problem I have with this is the 什么. If we leave that out, the 最 modifies the 听 making the sentence "she most listen to what music" which seems in keeping with the official answer.
Buzzzz. "What kind of music does she like listening to the most?" But, "What kind of music does she like listening to?" is correct as "to most" is implied.
WHY is 'What is her favorite music to listen to the most' not accepted?!?!
"What kind of music does she like most" Would be most natural. Listening is already implied
I wrote "What music does she like the most" and was marked wrong because I didn't say "what music does she like to listen to the most." I feel that "listen to" is understood ... the whole point of liking music is to like listening to it.
What music is her favorite?
Is much more simple and straight to the point
I don't understand what you mean. I put the word the same to the answer you show me you told me that I use the wrong word . Why? Tell me please
What music does she like best? 'listening to' is implied in actually liking the music...
他最喜欢听什么音乐 I am using my laptop, so I'm typing the answers instead of clicking on the characters. It was marked incorrect, even though there is no way to tell the difference if you're only hearing the audio.