Translation:The university does not have computers.
That is a bad university in this day and age. Maybe they expect everyone to have their own computers.
Mental note: Don't visit this university. No matter how many libraries it has.
If you're passing a section, it may request only words you've learned in previous sections.
Why does "doesn't" make me get it wrong when does not mean the same thing?
Nope. The University has no computers = The University does not have any computers.
It would be missing the auxiliary verb in the denial...
He has computer He does not have computer ... If "has" were an auxiliar verb you would say "has not" but it's not, so you should say "does not have"
He has eaten a bun He hasn't eaten a bun
I had it all correct except the 'L' was lower case - which I do all the time with no problem. This is weird as I can't correct a correct answer..
The system is not case sensitive. There must have been another error in your answer.
is there a glitch here? my reply was identical to the one it said it should have been...
The system is contaminated or the program is not functioning to allow the words to be selected.