I really think it should allow the he-she, because if it were in context, they would be correct.
That's the way I normally hear it, so that's the way I would translate it were I not trying to avoid being caught.
The computer turned out the correct answer as "truly it has got no importance." The use of the word "got" is completely unacceptable unless you want to sound like you don't speak English good.
'has got' to show possession is sub-standard English. I was taught that in Grade school. So I agree with you.
What's wrong with "true, it has no importance." Sounds better to me than "really,"
how can I tell if I should use "it" rather than he, she, or you in a sentence like this?
This might not have the intended effect unless the el, ella, or usted were present. I think we have to assume the speaker is telling it like it is.
I like HITN television, but the announcer used to say "nos importa tu opinión" and not make the S audible.
I'd say, "honestly" is also a valid translation for "de verdad", at least in this case
Agreed. While 'Honest it's not important', which is what it corrected me too, is hideous and won't work.
"It really has no importance" triggers you missed a word while "Really, it has no importance." is correct? Very odd.
HAL the DL computer doesn't like us to change word order if it isn't necessary.
Your translation also ignores the comma that they've placed in the sentence, which HAL also probably doesn't like
Why not "really, he is of no importance"? Couldn't "tiene" refer to he, she, or it?
that's what I asked. I think its mainly a matter of context. but I still find it confusing.
What is the the more common way to say "it's not important" - "no es importante" or "no importa"?
I always expect to see 'lo' when we're talking about 'it'. Would 'no lo tiene importancia' have the same meaning?
When I heard it I thought it meant "The truth is not important". Dios mio Duo.
I put 'Right, it's not important'.
Here in Mexico, I hear everyone use 'En verdad' in the same way we use 'Right'...
My answer was "It is really not important" and Duo counted it wrong, stating that the correct answer is "It really isn't important". I reported it. . . .