some people have parents in their 60's who are not adults. (Perhaps they are addicted to destructive lifestyles) ... someone else whose parents are more mature might say this.
I should hope so, but alas, in my country it is becoming increasingly common for 14year olds to become parents.
Sounds like a line straight out of Alice through the looking glass. But perhaps it the new trending owl song that we don't quite understand but goes my parents are adults and so they are two to wit to woo you whoooo. its the most ridiculous sentence on duolingo so far except off course. """Can I serve the strawberry""" ! daaaaa
You should work on your sense of fun! The owl song lyrics are not that bad though! Are they yours?
Poor pronunciation. She clearly says the English word "sun" instead of "son."
The pronunciation of adultos sounded like alguntos - even after playing slowly 5-6 times. It would have helped to understand what this word was if the sentence made more sense. If you are old enough to say it, then your parents are adults. Makes no sense! Duolingo is a good program and can certainly do better than this.
Just translate it. It doesn't have to make sense. Worry about something else!
Now, just as an exercise, translate "I am an apple".
Yo soy una manzana.
Cindy (Get Along Home, Cindy) Ricky Nelson
Desearía ser una manzana colgando de un árbol.
Y cada vez que mi amor pasaba.
Ella me daría un mordisco.
Ella me dijo que me amaba.
[I relied on Google Translate because I couldn't find a Spanish translation or version of the song.]
That is never the point. Now you've learned how to say "[some people] are adults" in Spanish, or you've learned how to say "parents" in Spanish. Even if someone's parents are teenagers, why would they say this? To lie? Then you've still learned something in Spanish.
That's not the point. Sentences should not just be grammatically correct but also make sense in real life. Now, how many people, who are old enough to take this course, have parents who are NOT adults?