what is wrong with "did you speak with interesting persons?" It is not accepted.
"ineteresting persons" isn't something we would normally use in English.
Still it would be correct. Just for comparison: Google returns ~350k hits.
It might not be common but it's not abnormal. And if Duolingo did not want persons as an answer, it should have used gente as the Spanish word.
Why not: You spoke with many interesting people?
Because we don't ask questions that way?
Actually we do. It is just not very common.
I agree. English can be used so differently across the world too
Try this answer without 'many', as muchos is not present in the español sentence
whats wrong with interesting persons?
What's wrong with "Have you talked to interesting people?"
Do you speak with intersting people? To me it would depend on what statement you are responding to.
You need the past tense: Did you speak with interesting people?
Have you spoken with interesting people?
That would require the past perfect tense rather than the past tense. Has hablado con personas interesantes (past perfect). Have you spoken with interesting people. Hablaste con personas interesantes (past). Did you speak with interesting people.
My answer, "Did you speak with interesting persons," is correct, but it was marked wrong.
People is gente personas should be persons or people. Both should be ok but persons is not accepted
Hablar is to talk or to speak, why was i marked wrong for talk
Why don't you need unas in front of personas here?
Same reason you don't need "some" in front of "interesting people" in English. Plus, it sounds a bit unnatural to me.
Does not accept "Did you speak with anyone interesting?" :/
That's not what the sentence says.
"Interesting people" = personas interesantes
"anyone interesting" = alguien interesante"