Are you sure about that, Duo? ;)
Yes duo are you sure about that....!!
Correct, are you sure about that Duo?!!
I'm native in english and im not sure what they're getting at with this sentence.
Same question, is this saying that teachers dont ask bad questions or that the questions teachers ask dont contain errors?
I bet the person who made this question is a teacher
In Indonesian, galat means error.
This comes from Arabic غلط
Wow - that's a lot of languages you are doing!!!! Very impressive!
Anybody got an example of a wrong question?
What about "who is the prime minister of USA?"
Is it not a wrong question?
владимир владимирович путин
"ask THE wrong questions" is more idiomatic, IMO.
It could also be Teacher does not ask wrong questions. Please verify
No. हैं at the end means it is plural. Unless! ... teacher can be just like "dada" and other family members, where the plural is used out of respect. But I do not know if this is allowed.
I think it's this a passive aggressive reply from hindi duo, cuz they be reading all of our complaints on how sh1tty their management is lol
Umm..... If only this was true...
Lets not put Teachers onto pedestals, Duo.
"Ghalat" should start with the arabic or Urdu "Ghain" sound. But I don't hear that throaty "Ghain" in the said word on Duolingo. Is it because of how Hindi speakers pronounce "Ghain"? It is more like Urdu or Pashto "Gaaf".
They should accept "teacher doesn't ask" too.
If they meant teachers, the hindi should be " shikshaken"
"Teacher does not ask wrong question" should also accepted.
no, that's bad english
Yes I know that their translation is better but all I wanted to say is my translation should not be an incorrect one.
but it is incorrect. it's unacceptable english. it should be either "...does not ask wrong questionS" or "DID not ask A wrong question"
Yes Duo are you sure ?!