"The weather is bad."
Translation:Le temps est mauvais.
There seems to be a bit of confusion here. I was given a number of drop-down words to choose from; "le" and "est" were not included among them, so I could not give the above answer. Duo did accept "Il fait mauvais"
Same here. I see your comment was 3 months ago, and it has not changed. There was no Le or est to choose in forming the sentence.
I had the same problem. I wasn't given the options to give the correct answer
"Le" and "est" are NOT showing up in the answers -- Duo did NOT accept "Il fait mauvais"
where oh where are the drop down words for: LE, EST, how can we get it right if the words are not there.
"est' was not given in the list as an option to use. There were also a few other questions where the list is incomplete. How can this be resolved?
I mean ils temps fais mauvais. 'Est' was not an option. And why is temps wrong?
Because, when talking about the weather in French, you can either say Il fait froid/chaud... = It is cold/hot... or explicitly describe the weather Le temps est froid/chaud... = The weather is cold/hot.... You cannot mix the two expressions.
it wants "il fait mauvais"... but yeah, they should put that up instead of "Le temps est mauvais"