I tried that too, but I think technically it's "we call ourselves," not "we are called." Live and learn.
I've put in the correct answer three times and it still says I'm wrong! This has happened to me on a different answer as well. VERY IRRITATING!!
Maybe you should try changing browser? I've been using Chrome with no issues on my laptop
When I think that's happening to me, it always turns out I'm repeating a typo.
Could this also be translated as "Nuestros nombres son Juan, Ana, y Carlos"?
As far as I understand it, that's perfectly acceptable, although less common in practice.
Didn't accept "Our names are John, Anna, and Carl," which are the English translations.
When learning most languages, the language you are learning has primacy, therefore proper names are usually left untranslated. For instance, in my Klingon course, only Mara is accepted, not Mary.
I put in the answer without the correct punctuation and it accepted it...go figure!
they actually strip capitalisation and punctuation before grading to get rid of variations, which is wild