Why isn't "We meet at the market" accepted?
Any tips on when "berkumpul" or "bertemu" is more appropriate?
How about, "We hang out at the market." Or meet.
Hang out will imply that after meeting, you will go somewhere and have a casual chat somewhere.
Meanwhile, 'berkumpul' means that the market is only the meeting point, they can shop together after that, rob some bank or whatever they planned to do
Duolingo Indonesian always distinguishes "gather" from "meet" as though they were two different things, when in fact they are the same.
Wy do they gather at the market? I must know.
In this context, "gather" is archeic in usage.
Bertemu = meet
Why are you not asking this question here?
No-one talks like this. The exercise doesn't make sense.
Why "we gather at market" is not ok ... Y u need "the" u silly owl
"At market" sounds wrong in English, unless there's an idiom like that.
Why not use " we are gather"?