Is this for real? Like TGIF (Thank God It's Friday) - or is Duo just making something up for practice purposes?
i think it's a real thing. saw a hashtag trending on twitter that was like "feliz dayoftheweek". guess it's something spanish speakers do.
Actually, "happy Friday" is common to say (or any day of the week). Or happy Fri-yay....because you're excited the weekend is here! It's just like wishing someone a great (or happy) day. :-) Google Friyay or instagram search #friyay or #HappyFriday and lots will come up.
It is real thing. I am a member of facebook group of Valencian people and they post all the time memes like Feliz Sabado! or Feliz Viernes! Feliz Martes!
This is just a complaint about this. How come when you sometimes spell a word wrong, it will say you have a typo, but on other occasions, if you spell a word wrong, it will just count a word wrong altogether?
Depends on if the typo results in a new word or just utter gibberish. If it wants you to say "nest" and you type "nrst", It'll give you a pass, but if you type "net" instead, it'll think you actually meant to type "net" and penalize you.
As it should. In Spanish the letters 'b' and 'v' have the two exact same sounds depending on where in the word they appear. If a 'b' or 'v' appears at the start of a word, it sounds like an English /b/, and if either letter appears in the middle or at the end of the word, it sounds not quite but almost like an English /v/.
That's why The word "beber" soulds like /bever/ and "vivir" sounds like /bivir/