what's wrong with tú
Nothing is wrong with "tú". Duo accepts "tú te pones".
When is it: pone or ponerse ?
Poner=to put (something somewhere), ponerse=to put on (oneself)
Yes that's exactly what they just told us on the other question. However this is she put on and suddenly it's not ponerse.
It is "ponerse". It is conjugated for "tú". The infinitive cannot be used because it's the only verb in the sentence.
¿"Tu te pones" no es correctamente?
"Usualmente tú te pones esta falda larga" was accepted Nov. 28, 2020. Don't forget the accent in "tú."
Leaving off an accent won't get an answer marked wrong.
I hate this kid
Why can't you use ponerte?
Because you need a conjugated verb in the sentence.
Possible to put the pronoun before the adverb?
'Te usualmente pones...'
Why does it say (tú) ponte in the hints if it's supposed to be pones?
Because the hints are dictionary definitions, not answers to any particular sentence.
What is the difference between te and tu?
Why not just pones instead of te/tu?