I put "How much money for one watermelon?" but it's wrong. Feels like it should be correct.
I'd report it as "my answer should be correct."
I answered "How much for a watermelon"- is there a difference?
Do people in China eat a lot of watermelons?
How much is the watermelon should be fine, too. I know it specifies "one" in the Chinese, but in English, this would be an appropriate version of the translation.
When do we use "一个" and when "些"?
一个 is singular whereas 些is plural
"how much is it for a watermelon" also marked wrong
There's a bug. I provided an answer identical with the "correct solution" but got it marked wrong...
That’s odd. Did you notice if anything was underlined in the ”correct” solution?
Nothing underlined at all. However, when the same one appeared again at the end of the lesson, the system accepted it.
That does sound like a bug. Hopefully a one-off - but frustrating!
I wrote: How much are the watermelons each? Isn't that correct?
"1 watermelon is how much money?" is not accepted
How much is for one watermelon? Does this "for" changes the meaning? I am not English mother language, so I can miss some differences...
"How much 1 watermelon cost" what is qrong in that?