My response, Je n'aime pas ces musiciens du tout, wasn't accepted. Is there a rule that makes my response incorrect?
Try it this way: "Je n'aime pas du tout ces musiciens." I think the "du tout" is adverbial and needs to be with the verb (or after the "pas" after the verb in tis case). This was accepted Feb 5, 2021.
Same. I am reporting it. 1/22/2021
can you not say "i dont like these musicians at all"? as oppose to them "not pleasing me" is either correct
Do you mean in French? Yes, you can use “Je n’aime pas du tout ces musiciens” instead of the form given.
yet duo will ding you for using "aime"
I answered the same as Clive, surely this is acceptable!
It was accepted today.
What a strange logic of this language. It is you to like or not like, but this language makes the responsibility to the other part: they please you or not.
'these musicians don't please me at all' is the correct English for the answer given and I've had this issue with a lot of other questions. Please use the correct English for the French sentences.
I entered: "Je n'aime pas ces musiciens pas du tout". Is this incorrect? How do you know when to use "je n'aime pas" and when "ne me plaisent pas du tout"?
My answer should be accepted thus:
"Je n'aime pas du tout ces musiques"
Duo's answer means "I'm not PLEASED with these musics
Would need to be "ces musiciens", not "ces musiques".