"Mon café est chaud."
Translation:My coffee is hot.
yes it is correct.... but here I think Duo has programmed the word "hot" that would be what most people probably would write or say... however "chaud" in French is warm and hot. so your answer is not wrong. but I am only a modest beginner in learning French....and someone would need to set me right if I am wrong.
Rosmary ! the personal pronoun in this case "mon" does not refer to the person who is speaking, but to the noun that is being referred to... in this case it is coffee and coffee in French is masculine. therefore it is mon cafe
Here is a little help Krista. I am asuming that you simply made a typing mistake with "toujours". But given your gender you should have used "une débutante". A man would say "un débutant" and dont forget the acute accent on the e in "dificulté" And you are of course correct in your reply to Nigel.. Mon café est chaud can mean hot or cold.
how come? normally duolingo is programmed to underline the wrong spelling or gives you the correct answer in red. could you have missed an accent?
screenshot please, and report it. we don't have evidence you actually typed the right thing and thus we cannot correct it if you keep making the same mistake.
For crying out loud Duo! (Non English speakers please note that this is a phrase of frustration much used in the UK) Warm or hot are correct! Get your act together!