get out, go out, leave... There's no real differencere in Portuguese it's all "sair".
O Duolingo também aceita "She's gone out." Também está certo para o inglês nativo?
I answered "She left" and it was marked as wrong... I couldn't report an issue because the report options didn't represent my issue.
she got out?
I put " she got out" and it was wrong. Why?
It should be "She went out".
"She got out" indicates urgency or a struggle to leave.
How many syllables does " saiu" have in its pronunciation, one or two syllables? Is it stressed on the [ai] or [u] ?
Thanks in advance.
2 syllables: SA - iu
I put 'She went'...
She went out =)
What about "She fell"?
Is it also a possible translation?
The verb for "to fall" is "cair". "Ela caiu"
she is gone ?
I think "ela se foi" is a more accurate translation for that. "Sair / go out" refers to the subject's action of leaving a place, and "being gone" is a realization that a person is no longer in the place