"You should take a day off tomorrow."
OMG Duolingo, in every other question so far you only accept answers with the time before the subject, but for this question you only accept the time after the subject. Both are correct!
Is there some rule when to put the subject of the sentence before or after words indicating time.?I learned from chinesepod that the subject of the sentence (who ) is rather flexibel while other parts of the sentence come in a fixed order.
Are 请假 the new characters?
请 - ask for, same meaning as 請教, 請求
假 - holiday
"明天你..." should also be accepted, because in Chinese, the time is also correct before the noun.
Why was it marked wrong to put 明天 at the start? These inconsistencies are just getting worse and worse further into the course.