"Would you like to play basketball now?"
There is not in the word block version, but comments seem to be shared for the same sentences in different challenge formats.
In the browser, you can always change between keyboard and word blocks as input methods.
你想现在打篮球吗？I feel should be accepted too. According to Pimsleur Mandarin, phrases such as; 你想现在吃午饭吗？are correct grammar.
要 can only be followed by a noun. 想 can be followed by either a verb or a noun.
Time words, aside from ahen specifying duration, always come at the beginning of the sentence. It can however come before or after the subject of the sentence.
No, Chinese follows the patterns:
subject + time + place + verb + object or time + place + subject + verb + object
You can't put the time or place at the end.
Why can I not say her xianzai ni xiang.... I don't understand why sometimes it is correct to start with the subject (wo, ni....) followed by adverb (yesterday/today/now..) and other times it is only correct to say it the other way round. Is there a rule?