Loquor is a deponent verb meaning it conjugates like passive but with active meaning.
The voice sounds like dene instead of bene.
I agree; it drives me insane their confusing pronunciations.
I agree. I had to grit my teeth when I keyed in "bene".
Sounded like dene. I see many others thought the same
bene comes from "duene" according to the etymology
It's true, she doesn't.
Finally a latin sentence I can use in real life
Gave adjective loquace in French, meaning talkative.
And Spanish locuaz.
From loquax, same meaning.
and in English: loquacious.
plus words like: elocution and colloquium...
B B B B !!!!
And another unnecessary incorrect answer
I am not sure, but the speaker is saying something different - like gaynem.
I agree. Definitely sounds like dene not bene.
In all other languages that I have learned in Duolingo, the short form "don't" is not used, replaced by "do not". I think it makes it easier when you have to write sentences by yourself.
Why is she making a D noise? Now I'll have to do the test all over again! And her mic is too quiet
I am positive that I did not hear the [b] phoneme here. It sounded like "gaynem" or something. Irritating these pronunciations.
No, I think. I'm really very well at it.
This speaker uses the wrong vowel lengths.
i put do not instead of contraction don't and ir was wrong=-/??
Report it and move on. It's a huge task for the contributors to flag every possible correct translation.
agreed. ty. (i am gsp. junkdriver is my tag for esperanto)
Exod 4:10 ait Moses obsecro Domine non sum eloquens ab heri et nudius tertius et ex quo locutus es ad servum tuum inpeditioris et tardioris linguae sum
I dont talk well was marked wrong. What's the difference between to speak and to talk?
With time you will get a feel for the distinction between loquor and dicere.