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"In labro aqua est."

Translation:Water is in the tub.

September 4, 2019



Is labro in the ablative case here?


"In the tub there's water." could be right. It was marked as wrong.


Possibly because of the contraction "there's". I would report it. But Duo can be odd about contractions. You may do better with "There is water in the tub/bath".


why not 'the water is in the tub'


Don't know why you got a minus for this question. If someone talks about specific water. Maybe bottles of water. Maybe someone brought canisters full of ocean water to his home. Now it is not just random water but the water. Am I missing some rule of water and articles?

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