"Her daughter orders some fries" should work too
I wrote exactly the same but also rejected
Same with me!
"her daughter is ordering some fries" should be accepted. Why is it not?
That's what I put too, not sure why it is not accepted. As nobody has suggested a reason why I will report it.
Her daughter is ordering some fries. should be accepted, shouldn't it?
Why not 'ça fille' as in 'that girl'?
Why is "his daughter orders some chips" incorrect. It accepts 'chips' as 'fries' so the mistake must be saying 'some', but why?
Chips and fries while similiar are different.
But it could also be: "His daughter orders some fries." I think the addition of "some" is being improperly rejected.
Please note that some fries is a perfectly acceptable translation; this is an error on Duo's part.
Why is 'His daughter' marked wrong?
"His daughter orders some fries" was not accepted Aug 19, 2018. Did I miss something as "sa" is his or hers and without contect I always default to the masculine form.
Chips are fries the only thing that's different is the country