What a lucky little sister, going to school at 11.
I know right wish I could.
I typed "eleven o'clock" instead of "11" and it told me that I'm wrong.
Correct me if I am wrong but I think the accurate translation is "starts school/class/studying"
To go to school is 去学校
why is it 学 instead of 学校. is it supposed to mean like "goes to study" instead of "goes to school"
学 by itself means "to learn"
literally, the sentence would be more closely translated as: "my younger sister at 11 goes to learn"
Is it "goes to school" (as in, leaves for) or "gets to school" (as in, arrives at)? I always thought "上 + place" means to arrive at.
'My younger sister goes to school at 11am' not accepted...
I might be wrong, but I think that's because there is nothing indicating whether its am or pm. And while it's unlikely she goes to school at 11pm (well 11am isn't that likely either) you can't add am if it's supposed to be an exact translation.
上 means attend too, so I said: My younger sister attends school at 11 o'clock.
How is this wrong?
我妹妹 and 我的妹妹 should both be acceptable
"My younger sister attends school at 11 o'clock" should be accepted too
My younger sister starts school at 11.
I typed "my little sister goes to school at 11:00 o'clock" and my translation was not accepted.
You don't show the minutes if you are saying "o'clock"
my "little" sister is wrong. you might have a short older sister or tall younger sister
In this context "little" usually means younger. Since people typically say this in English, it is correct.
It says, "my little sister studies ar 11." The translation is inaccurate.
Wy not: "My sister is going to school at eleven o'clock"?
Duo usually likes you to include the "younger", "older" etc when talking about brothers and sisters, although sometimes they allow it without them. Maybe that is your problem here.
They allow just "sister" in this one. 2020-02-28
I typed the correct thing and the app says I have a typo
Yeah it doesn't like "My little sister starts class at 11".
Is " my younger sister will go to school at 11 (o'clock) " right too ?
It doesn't accept "My younger sister goes to school at 11 in the morning."
The sister is an adult and goes to night class. Lol. But seriously, morning isnt indicated.
There's no verb in the chinese sentence, how does it work?
上班 is the verb
I got it right in 10 secs I litery just guest
saying "my little sister go to school at 11 o clock"is the same thing
She studies at the second shift. And goes back home at 7 pm. Where's luck?
Go, Goes, DOESN'T MATTER!!!! SHUT UP, DUMB-DUO!!!!