"Do they enjoy playing games?"
I tried wording this "他们喜欢玩游戏吗？" and it was marked wrong. Is there something I don't understand about when you need to use the 吗? question structure vs. when you need to use the (verb)不(verb) sentence structure? I thought they were more or less both always valid?
Is this an oversight or is there a good reason why I was marked wrong?
Makes sense. It's frustrating though that it's been over a week (12/25/17 today) and it's still not accepted.
I understand that the team has limited resources, but if they don't have the resources to keep up in a timely manner, why did they launch the course to the public?
A limited / private release alpha could have allowed them to control the number of users testing the course, so that they could have stayed on top of reports.
This level of dysfunctionality and poor responsiveness to reports is not necessary, it's a question of bad management, unnecessarily bad choices being made.
NONE of my reports of missing or wrong hover-over hints have been corrected either and many of them have been over a month now. This level of incompetence and dysfunctionality really rubs me the wrong way...I had been a paying subscriber and I cancelled my subscription recently, and this was a factor in it.
Literally: "They like not like play games?" = [proper English grammar] "Do they like to play games?"
Yes/no questions using the pattern "verb/adjective + bù + verb/adjective" (i.e. verb + not + verb) were introduced at an earlier stage.
Remember to always read the notes/lesson at the bottom of the introductory page for each new lesson. If you have missed them so far, go back and review all of them, including the sentence examples, as they make everything much easier.