You don't cook a menu, at least in English, unless you dip it in oil first.
I also put 'I am cooking'. Surely it should be accepted as an alternative, as je cuisine also means I am cooking?
Agree with rolotow. Why is "I am cooking" wrong - sounds better than "I cook"
there should not be a difference with present progressive and present in Duo.. you never really know what the computer wants.
Would anyone say this phrase in France? I've never heard it and I spend a fair bit of time there.
Since "I cook a good menu" did not make sense to me, I clicked on the word "menu" in case there were other meanings for it. The word "meal" came up, so I typed, "I cook a good meal," which makes sense. It was marked wrong, and the "correct" answer given was, "I cook a good menu. " Oh man!!! I want to give 2 lingots to rjjacob!