"You are not a woman, but you are a girl."
Translation:Tu femina non es, sed puella es.
There are currently 81 ways to say this sentence... So I have no idea what you put in and didn't get it correct.
I put in:
Tu es non femina, sed puella es
and got "incorrect message"...
Oh, I see what's happened, so I made this sentence 2 days ago, (people were complaining about the previous sentence 'I am a man but not a woman" But the alternate translations have not been accepted yet. That should have been accepted, it's a viable answer.
The word order needs to be more free, it is Latin and that is how Latin works.
Literally look at my comments. Just scroll up... And look at them...
I think it would be great if you would consider the fact that not everyone is talking to you directly. I saw a place to leave a comment on the answer during the course and I did so, no other discussion was visible until I got notification of your very kind and courteous reply to my email inbox. I am assuming the comment/flag option is to help improve the course. Is your reply to me helping to improve the course or community of this app? I've been a user of this app for a grand total of about four days. As a moderator of a subreddit with 74k subscribers, I understand it can be tedious to moderate the same sorts of issues over and over but you have to realize some people are new and unfamiliar with all features. Please be patient and understanding. Thank you.
The mobile app. I didn't know comments on answers went to some manner of discussion in a forum, and I do apologize for that misunderstanding on my part.
I get that. There is a learning curve. But there is no way for me to tell if you just ignored comments or even entire threads. So I'm also sorry for that. By the way, you will probably enjoy using the web version more, faster and more accurate typing is one of the better benefits. But in the future just report "my answer should have been accepted" we will see it and fix it if your answer is correct. See the reporting guidelines and "please doublecheck when you're reporting" for more information.
This Was an Odd one Among Others. Such as 'You are not the Father' and 'Why is Livia Well?' Then Again Latin is Strange. But Also Enjoyable so I'm Gonna Continue. It's My First Day On Latin Today and So Far I'm Enjoying it.
How about "Tu non femina es, sed tu puella es"? Does the "non" have to be next to the "es" or is it wrong to repeat the "tu"? Or both?