If he's asking if an English phase is acceptable, it means duo has asked for the English. The questions are asked both ways.
I think it's the fact the pronunciation is done by a language software program. It puts vowels together to pronounce the words, and doesn't always give the right sound. I'm fluent in German (living 5 minutes from the border) and sometimes I don't even understand half the things said in German because of this. I imagine it's the same in French.
I have the same issue. It sounds weird and it's just wrong. It is supposed to sound like "wee"
I checked the pronunciation of "oui" on Forvo. The "oi" pronunciation is a proper regional pronunciation.
That "OUI" sounds very weird... like 'Oyé' in quebec it's like "we" or sometimes "whey" but i think this was way off..
So how are the r's pronounced in French? Sometimes it's non existent sometimes it's like a Spanish r, I'm so confused
It is a voiced uvular fricative /ʁ/. You can listen to it here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voiced_uvular_fricative
just be careful, the pronunciation is a little unclear, it sounds more like oy yee(t), merci instead of oui, merci. Maybe it's just my computer, did anyone else hear that?
i wish they would say the words more clearly instead of muttering it cause i heard un merci
yes I think it should be acceptible but in france (english people in france) say thank you instead of just "Thanks" the american way
I wrote yes thank you without the comma and the yes being capitalised and it said my answer was wrong. I think what I wrote should also be acceptable.
Can someone give me examples of things that we use like lol and fyi and btw? What do they use?
The fact is I have a problem I don't like to see it on twitter and I'm just saying that it doesn't even have to do so on twitter or Facebook lol I can't even tell me that
i wrote yes thank you but apparently if i dont add " , "it doesnt count it as acceptable
I meant to put yes thank you like I really did why can’t this App view more reasonable with me I meant to press X
Well my parents use "we" for yes? IS it because of french-Canadian dialect, or am i spelling it wrong ?
I dont get the difference in translating it as "yes, thanks or thank you" my native lang is spanish and this could be translated in 3 or more different ways. I think its up to the context of what its being said.
It literally sounds like your begging for mercy. Sorry I had to say that.
I wrote yessssss,thank you and it marked it wrong im pretty sure that was an acceptable answer
sounds like mouilee....omgosh, got it wrong for an elongated vowel that shouldn't have been so long.
there was no "m" or half the letters to choose from to get the "merci" part of the sentence and all the vowels had accents, so it wasn't possible to answer this correctly or how the response is given when you get it wrong.
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this is the second time i typed the correct answer and you counted me as incorrect. Does it really matter that i didn't capitalize?
pardon me, but its is NOT a "Q" instead its an "O". I believe that was your mistake, unless its just a typo here in the comments section.
Don' t be mean. It isn't ur fault you ate the dictionary and know everything clever clogs. Maybe she/he just made a mistake..... :)