"El búho escribió mucho en español."

Translation:The owl wrote a lot in Spanish.

February 27, 2018



I'm working on my "new" Spanish section. Quite a few similar sentences insisted on "lots" as the correct answer when I wrote "much." I wrote that, and Duo marked it as wrong and wanted "loads" instead! Please!!!

February 27, 2018


Yes, a language course should teach formal literate sentences, not slovenly ones.

December 13, 2018


"the owl wrote a lot in spanish"

yo me gusto duo..!

July 29, 2018


2019-08-22 A mi me gusta Duo. ¡Me encanta Duo!

Also, this is not to be confused with, "The owl wrote in Spanish a lot." The sentence above means that he produced quite a bit of writing in Spanish. Mine means that he wrote mostly in Spanish, although he may not have written much in total at all.

August 22, 2019


crf: If you really want to learn a language, then using some uncommon, but grammatically correct, sentences should challenge you to think. Whether the boy or a cow writes a letter really shouldn't matter and you learn another Spanish noun!

July 22, 2019


My owl prefers German...:-(

November 3, 2018


There is no way you would ever need to say that

June 19, 2018


Fortunately, it's not a phrase book.

July 4, 2018


They are trying to get you to thinking in Spanish. That's much more effective than memorizing phrases, I'm sure.

November 9, 2018


The owl must be Duo himself

October 20, 2018


I hear el bobo

November 8, 2018
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