...Duolingo, I think it's about time you implemented a "Watch out, Idiom! Translate loosely." notification for sentences like these.
Just remember Italy uses a 24 hour clock. I found the times to be the most difficult thing in the lesson; lots of sneaky switches.
I've finally passed all the numbers lessons, but dreading them all coming up in future questions now!
Actually so far I have only ran across 3 or 4 number translations after the number lesson, but the upcoming lessons are much more difficult than numbers. I've been stuck in same area for about a week now.... .
I went with "He always makes it too hot." . . . It's almost dinner time so I'm thinking about food :) But seriously, I still don't really get "fa" . . . any help?
Well here are some examples . . . but they seem all over the place to me. http://italian.about.com/od/verbs/a/italian-verb-fare-proverbs-sayings.htm
I continue to have trouble with understanding the slowly spoken Italian. There is no problem with my hearing . I think that for beginners like me we need to have much more clearly enunciated syllables even where words would be spoken much more quickly for/by a fluent Italian speaker.