"Eins, zwei, drei, vier, fünf"
Translation:One, two, three, four, five
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I use the pre-installed US International keyboard layout on my PC. It gives you the umlauts, eszet, accute and grave accents (and others), and it's not too difficult to memorize the placement and key combos if you don't have key labels. It's a lot easier than copying/pasting and/or using ALT codes. I've used it so much that it's uncomfortable for me to use the standard Qwerty layout.
I can't figure out how to say this aloud so Duolingo will accept it. It seems to understand each number I say, but then when I'm done its interpretation changes from "Eins, zwei, drei, vier, fünf" to "12345" and that's not accepted. This happens every time. It's maddening! Anyone else with the same issue?
These exercises where we need to repeat numbers does NOT work, it is very frustrating. Sort it out, please. Please.
Why are we still doing simple counting so late in the segment and not progressing. Surely people must have got it by now after hundreds of repetitions. No new expressions have been introduced for ages and we are still going on about cats and phone numbers add nauseum. There are more numbers beyond nineteen.