"It seems that they see better with their new glasses."

Translation:Il semble qu'elles voient mieux avec leurs nouvelles lunettes.

December 26, 2017



Why was i marked as being incorrect when I used ils instead of elles.

February 1, 2018


The exercise accepts (for months) answers with ils and elles. So the most likely reason was that your answer contained a mistake (a typo for instance, so that you may not have seen). Of course, your choice of ils was not the mistake in your answer.

If Duo grades your answer as wrong then Duo's algorithm pick one possible answer among all the defined ones.
This answer may or may not fit your choice between ils and elles.
If the answer shown to you is with elles but you answered with ils, it doesn't imply that your choice of ils was the reason why your answer was graded wrong in the first place.

April 3, 2018


Il paraît, il semble and on dirait have all the same meaning and should be accepted, I think.

February 19, 2018


I had to translate the written English sentence. Why "ils voient" is not accepted is beyond my understanding. With no context I must assume it is masculine, yet it is marked wrong

January 2, 2019


I translated using nouvelle and was marked wrong! Duo used neuves as correction and now I see that I was right.

January 16, 2018


I said "Il a l'air qu'ils voient mieux avec leurs nouvelles lunettes" and was marked wrong. When can you use "l'air"?

April 11, 2018


"il a l'air" means HE seems... not it seems.

November 13, 2018


Pourquoi pas: "Il semble qu' ils voient mieux avec leurs lunettes nouvelles"?

February 22, 2019


Because nouvelles is one of the few adjectives that comes before the noun

February 23, 2019


I was marked incorrect for il parait (avec circonflex!) instead of il semble.

March 24, 2019


Il paraît will be used to refer to a rumor, something you heard but are not sure of.

Il semble is more used for something that you could witness or something you heard from a more certain source.

March 24, 2019
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