Translation:She does not know either.
i got this sentence as an audio and wrote "他也不知道" instead of "她也不知道“. Shouldn't the second one be accepted also as both 'he' and 'she' are the exact same pronunciation wise?
I am wondering why It could be Not + either? Should it be She does not know neither?
"She doesn't know neither" is a double negative and so isn't really used in standard or formal English. "She doesn't know either" is used instead.
也 means also so it says "she also doesn't know" but that's funny in English so you would say either
Also and either are interchangeable. So should be given marks for both
If in an audio you here "ta", assume it is "she", as it most usually is. :)
If in an audio you here "ta", assume it is "her" or "she", as it most usually is.
Probably because "she also don't" should be "she also doesn't," or, without the contractions, "she also do not" should be "she also does not." "She does" not "she do:"
You (singular) do.
You (all) do.
It's literally, She--also--no--know.
她-she 也-also 不-no 知道 -know
I would translate the sentence as "she also doesn't know" which has the same word order as the Chinese.
Chinese characters are not words, they are characters. It's like asking how English letters combine to make a meaningful sentence
That 他 is not accepted for an audio question makes me want to quit Duolingo, and tell everybody to stay away from it...
she does not know also is wrong? the correct answer was she does not know too. 也 is also. why is also wrong and too is correct?
I put she does not know , i forgot the either,do any of you do that a lot?
他 is he, 她 is she, 它 is it. All 3 are "ta" but use different characters
他 and 她 are pronounced the same but mean different things (he and she).
When I got this question, I was asked to transcribe what I heard. I got it wrong because I used 他 instead of 她. I think that's what they meant by "it should work with 'he' as well" -- both 他 and 她 should be accepted when transcribing.
I had "She also don't know" and the stupid duo marked it wrong! DUO, YOU ARE DUMB
She also doesn't know should be okay but "She don't" is plain wrong. Sorry, but the owl is not to blame for this one.
I got this as a listening question, where you cannot know if it's a "he" or "she". In that case both should be accepted.
她 means "she", but not "he", even though both are pronounced ta. So you would be right if you were only listening to it, but if you saw the written sentence it could only be "she does not know"