Strange sentence. Has any dog in the history of dogs ever cleaned anything?
Plates? (If that's an acceptable definition of clean...). But yeah, my dog never helped around the house ever.
Don't you know Bitzer, the dog of the farmer in 'Shaun the Sheep'? He must do all kinds of housework.
Why is "The dog did not clean anything" - marked as wrong? Does it have to be "didn't"? If so, what is the difference?
No Kevin, they have always had us to pamper them - at least the lucky ones have.
As that's the present perfect tense, Duo would expecting it to be a translation of "El perro no ha limpiado nada"
I love my dog, but I would like him to clean just the mess he provokes.