I wonder why he doesn't want to but the shoes... scratches chin
Is eos vult volare.
Is it correct?
Common problem, I hear.
Well, as a thief, stealing is a viable option...
Did anyone else notice the weird sound at the beginning of when he said the sentence?
I wrote: "the thief doesn't want to buy the shoes" Why is that a wrong answer?
It isn't incorrect, it's more likely that Duolingo didn't have that exact answer on record. Just report it.
...he wants to steal them!
Quid fur emere vult? ;-)
I can't hear the difference between "puer
and "fur". The first letter isn't sounded clearly.
The difference is not just the first letter though.
So why is "The thief does not want to buy shoes" wrong? I think it should be accepted. I have reported it.
Especially since an accepted answer for Emptor calceos emit is "The customer buys shoes."
Because the thief wants to steal them?