Can this also be understood as "I speak everyday English"? Or will it have to be "Ich spreche das tägliche Englisch"?
It'd have to be "Ich spreche Alltagsenglisch".
Thank you very much!
Is there a reason why daily/every day is before English?
Hello, link seems to be down for this video, any substitutes? Thanks!
Thank you! that helped me a lot. Get a lingot :)
This video is not available, would it be possible for you to give a written explanation?
What we've been told about sentence order is: 1) Time (when); 2) Manner (how); 3) Place (when) --- so it would be "täglich" (when) then the object "Englisch"
Sorry but this wasn't clear. Can you elaborate ?
Using the time-manner-place structure you can see that täglich is the time so it therefore goes before the object Englisch.
I hope that helped :)
I would agree with you, but Duo consistently does not follow this format. This sentence can be written in a different manner that would be understood and accepted.
I actually went an entire day without speaking English (stress on speaking because I thought in English so I could look up words). Everyone should try. You´ll learn a lot
What happens when you move it to the end? "Ich spreche Englischt äglich ."
It sounds funny.
Exactly my problem, otherwise wouldn't need Duolingo
I just tried to answer "I spreach English everyday". Apparently I need to spreach more Englisch.
Why is not daily correct? Every day = daily
"I speak English daily" is an accepted alternative.
This sentence is so truee :P
I swear the pronunciation for täglich is wrong? Is that just me?
I agree. I keep hearing "tätlich" (violent -- which makes no sense here) even after having been shown täglich as the correct answer. German speakers out there, could you comment please?
'I daily speak English'. What's wrong about that?
The word order. It should be "I speak English daily", with the expression of time "daily" coming at the end in the English sentence.
"Jeden Tag spreche ich Englisch." ?
I can't understand the word order in this sentence !
täglich comes before Englisch because time comes before in German. Whereas in English, time comes pretty much always at the end of a phrase. Hope this helps!
Ich will, dass ich täglich deutsch spreche.
Every day and daily mean the same, but I got it wrong.
What was the exact sentence that you typed?
What was the suggested correction, if any?
I can't access the umlauts etc. with this new setup!
my response was wrong-I SPEAK ENGLISH DAILY
Surely every day and daily in this sentence are both valid