I don't know if the other options were also correct ("choose the word that best matches") I got it right but all of them seemed right to me... they fit perfectly!!
Er... we cannot see the other alternatives you got, so it would have been nice to know which those were.
"Devo" and "devemos" don't require a pronoun for clarity, therefore both are correct, but that is not the case for the third person ,("ele/ ela deve,") therefore "deve" can't be used in this sentence. Duo also rejected "devemos." and that was wrong. (I'm a native speaker and find Duo's options for the PT course limited and limiting. They need our help. Please report errors and omissions.!)
I disagree, deve shouldn't need a pronoun unless you want to specify the gender of the subject
It was a long time ago, but i think they were "devo", "deveríamos" and "deveriam". All of them are right answers too
For me, it was "devo," "deve," and "devemos." All of those seemed correct to me as well but I went with "devo" and got it right.
Why not?? If it is clear from the context who the subject is, why would "deve" be wrong?
I can see a lot of people have questioned this. All three options work - What clothes should I wear, What clothes should he/she wear, What clothes should we wear. Is someone at DL going to fix it?
Why "devo" is translated "should"??? I think that "devo" is the present tense of "dever". Wrong?
yup. But, depeding on the context, you may ask this way just to have an opinion
Yes, you have this possibility. So just ask your sentence to be accepted! =)
What clothes should I put on? What clothes should WE put on? What clothes should HE/SHE/YOU put on? DUO PLEASE EXPLAIN WHY THEY ARE NOT ALL CORRECT? A few of us are confused! Obrigado! :)
But this exercise has the drop down list with each of these possiblities and only gives us "Que ropa (devo/deve/devemos) por?" It seems to me that each could fit into the sentence and make perfect sense. I'm confused why only the "Eu" form is Duo's answer?
I don't know if you are understanding my question. So let me ask you a different question. Would "Que ropa deve por?" or "Que ropa devemos por?" make sense?
Que roupa deve pôr? = what clothes should he/she/you put on?
Que roupa devemos pôr? = what clothes should we put on?
That was the answer I was looking for. In this exercise, I am only given "Que ropa __ por?" and then there is the drop down with these 3 conjugated verbs that are ALL correct! Thank you and I give you a Lingot for the help!
So all of these solutions are correct, but we are asked to pick one and only "devo" is accepted as correct?