"restroom" should be accepted.
+1. "Restroom" should be accepted. The suggested answer used "washroom", which isn't used in the United States, and "bathroom" in the official answer is a synonym of "restroom".
+1 2/9 2018
toilet has been accepted.
To me, washrooms don't have bathtubs or showers, bathrooms do, and restrooms are public washrooms.
I know someone from Chicago who says "washroom", but otherwise I don't think it's commonly used in the US.
Might not be used frequently in the US, but I would expect that US students are in the minority on Duolingo. We say 'washroom' in Canada. Well, outside of PQ we do. :)
Restroom, bathroom, washroom, loo, lavatory AAAHHHH
Why do 左/右 use 边, but 后/前 use 面?
Why is "洗手间在他们的后面“ wrong? How to distinguish "他们" and "她们" in listening section?
她们的 should be accepted for listening exercises. When not using word bank there's no way to know which one is meant.
It really shouldn't. It's 他们 that should be used by default. Ta doesn't mean male it just means person. 她 is western corruption ;). Note the lack of a male radical where the female version has one.
Are you serious? "Restroom" isn't accepted? We never say "washroom" in America. That's very unfair!
I never knew there is such word 'washroom'
"The bathroom is behind of them" is grammatically incorrect?
'The bathroom is behind them noodles'
Wrong of course, but funny all the same.
All right... who wrote 'The bathroom is behind their noodles'?
Because I was seriously tempted...
the sounds is starting to make sense and getting more easy to recognize NICE