"We take our shoes off."
Translation:Nous enlevons nos chaussures.
Hi Trofaste - sorry if I confused you. I was revising the module 'Present 2' and was asked to translate the following into french ... 'We take our shoes off' I hovered over 'take' and was presented with three options ... Suivre, Reprendre and Emporte No sign of either Retirer or Enlever
"ôte" is the 3rd person singular conjugation (used with "on") of "ôter", which is another verb which can be used for "take [sth] off" so is accepted. When you make a mistake, Duo's algorithm tries to find the accepted answer closest to the one you gave and show that as the correction. Unfortunately, it's a very flawed algorithm...
As possessive adjectives, "notre" is singular, "nos" is plural.
"nôtres" is a pronoun - "le nôtre" = "our one", "les nôtres" = "our ones". Both are usually expressed as "ours" in English, but if you think of it as "our one(s)" it will help you remember what to use in French.