Something that cannot be applied to our latin speakers in Duo
Agree, their English accents are killing me!
Is loqueris related to eloquent in english maybe??
Or even loquacious
Yes, loquor is related to both words.
The first e in bene should not be long, as it is in the audio that I heard.
The volume is too low for this one.
The English speaker in my audio did not begin 'bene' with a 'b'. Why is the short 'o' not always pronounced as a short 'o'? 'Non' is a good example.
Non has a long 'o'.
would this apply to complimenting a toddler learning to speak, or a well-spoken adult, or both?
he reads" loquoris". where did duolingo find such poeple
Reported: "You talk well" is not accepted.
speak and talk do not mean the same thing in English.