I am studying french so that we can go to Québec and also because of my husband's French Canadian heritage (We are in US). I appreciate it when the Québecois point out the differences between the French taught in Duo and that spoken in Québec. Thank you
"Le week-end, je prends mon temps." 'On the weekends' is not accepted yet in another sentence 'on the weekends' is marked as correct. This doesn't seem to be context issue but just another example of having to guess what Duolingo wants as the correct answer.
Is it also because you're speaking generally? In the same way that "Les meres..." can mean mothers in general, "Le week-end" can mean a general weekend? I tried "Dans le week-end..." and it marked me wrong
Does the sentence «je prends mon temps» sound natural in French? I know that "taking my time" is a common sentence, but since it isn't literally translated in languages like Portuguese or Spanish, I was unsure about it.