she leaves by the atrium. What's not to like?
I said "leaves" as well. Duo doesn't like it.
How do we know it's SHE leaving, not HE or IT?
Unless the context specifies, you don't know. Here, it really could be any.
Ex villa, in templum
Another punter who didn't get "he leaves by the atrium" accepted. Its been flagged before with leaving by the kitchen and ought to have been updated
Do Americans really say "She exits" instead of "She leaves"? It sounds ridiculous.
No we don't, but it would be grammatically correct if we did.
What would be the imperative? "Exit through the atrium!"
Exi per atrium or exite per atrium if I am not mistaken.
Did not accept "he", even though the recomandation was "he/she/it"
I reported it
Tried "through the atrium she exists", which got marked wrong... dunno, perhaps it's a tad too poetic-soundiŋ?
Sure it's no big deal either way
If you put exists then it probably was marked wrong for using the wrong word.