so the structure of affirmative sentences is :
1) verb - 2) subject - 3) adjective referring to subject - 4) object - 5) adjective referring to object - 6) vocative particle - 7) person we are talking to .
- (6) and (7) can be in the beginning too and have to be together.
Yea, Norwegian had these great sentences too, like "Det står en mann med kniv bak gardinen. / A man with a knife is standing behind the curtain." or "Det kommer en hånd opp av toalettet. / A hand is coming up out of the toilet.". Cross-dressing fits in nicely, I would say :)
Duo,why didnt you mention before hand that your app is about freedom,now i wont hide the fact that i got married to a sheep,and how do you say in arabic we want to adopt a baby,or a sheep. What youre doing here is taking away the focus from learning the language to students confronting opinions,and turning the course to a gay-lesbian promotion. Arabic is already a hard language,and with your homo sentences youre making it even more difficult.
When those college students mocked and taunted the Native American elders on the Lincoln Memorial steps in Washington, they did it in the name of "fun", yet it was heinous.
Here is the full story: https://www.vox.com/2019/1/19/18189668/white-students-maga-gear-harass-native-elders
To force a way of thinking on others who do not live that lifestyle is heinous. And to claim that it is with the intention of reducing oppression is hypocrisy.
Furthermore, to down vote a post with such a strong truth as this means that you have no true sense of dignity and integrity. Neither do you care about "all of life" including those lives that are different from yours. The Native Americans went through so much. Show some respect.
There's nothing wrong with a man having a skirt. Even if you insist that skirts are only for women (not exactly a great view to be holding IMO), perhaps he has just bought the skirt as a present for his wife, and is currently in possession of it. In this case, this is a perfectly reasonable sentence to say.
Im sure some will find it that way. Im also equally sure that some will agree with it as well. That's the point, it doesn't make one more right than another. So when one starts aggressively imposing their way on another who is not part of that, under the pretenses that they are fighting to not be imposed upon, I call it hypocrisy. It goes larger than just a language forum.
Yet here you are the one trying to impose your own worldview on others telling us " this is wrong and you shouldn't do that cause I don't like it". This sentence is just an example out of the 'ordinary' to try and make us think about the grammatical rules. Some men wear clothes that look like skirts or dresses in a lot of countries, including Muslim or Arab ones. And Duo isn't 'imposing ' anything here or trying to tell you ' go buy a skirt cause I told you so'. Breath, and let be.