Thanks, Danielconcasco, for filling me in about this forum. I'm pretty new to Duolingo and not familiar with this forum. I have "reported" this multiple times (clicking "report" as opposed to clicking "discuss" and simply posting it here) and suspect that others' discussed items have been similarly reported. I've also "reported" other errors with neither response nor fixes appearing in the program. Perhaps they periodically comb through the reports and make updates - I wonder. I know an app like this isn't going to be perfect and will push folks to learn "Duolingo Spanish." Venting a bit. Best wishes.
The real question here is, how long does a dress continue to be new? Can you wear it several times or is it when you remove the tag or maybe the first time that you get it cleaned? Maybe when it starts to not look new or a new design comes out. Can we use the same criteria when referring to cars or is it different. Say i buy a used car. It's new to me but technically it's not a new car. These are the questions i would really like Duo to clarify. They are very perplexing and keep me up late at night as I try to make it to the top of the leader board. Loosing endless hours of sleep. Why? Why do I do this when it's all for nothing. I may learn a language. But there are so many nuances in the language and idiomatic phrases that just can't be learned until you actually go to a country that speaks the language you are learning, and then there are dialects that we have to diciefer. That is a whole new area. I digress! Enjoy your learning experience people. Try Duo stories they are great fun as well.