I think, "The French course does not interest me." though the meaning is the same. In the Spanish sentence, "the French course" is the subject and "me" is the object.
Both should be fine as translations. Report it if it's not accepted.
Duo now accepts that answer--11/3/2018
I said class, not course, which was on the drop down list
"French course doesn't interest me." - Duo tells me that I used the wrong word, why?
I think it's because it says "el," signifying it is THE French course, I'm guessing.
What is the difference between I'm and I am not interested in the French course?
That would be the word not. En español no.
"I am not interested in the French course." Not accepted, any ideas why? (I know "the French course" is more natural in English but Duo uses strange literal translations very often so I try to stick to the original as much as possible). Reporting.
I am or l'm has perfectly the same meaning and both should be accepted!!!
Sorry duo, I didn't realize there was such a dramatic difference between "class" and "course" that class is wrong here. /S