"I have many Cuban friends."
Translation:Tengo muchas amigas cubanas.
This is completely wrong. Amigas refers to female friends. Amigos are masculine friends. A couple exercises earlier duolino had this right. It's quite incredible that one would be told amigas in masculine.
So, where is the signpost that says use feminine instead of masculine? Or, maybe the group is mixed?
While duo accepts both feminine and masculine use of friends here, it seems to often default to feminine. Is this the norm for friends or is Duo just trying to be politically correct by often switching it up. I used masculine because I thought this was the default for a mixture of women and men friends.