Is there a reason why, "The owl is eating bread," doesn't work? Explain please
I really think it should. There is no real difference between present simple and present progressive in Dutch as far as I understand (I'm only a beginner, so I may be wrong). You should report this, I think.
Did you type in english or dutch? You have to do it in Dutch.
Well yes, we all did we just don't see why it's wrong
I typed "The owl is eating bread," and I got it right. Don't know why it would be wrong for you. Curious.
de uil eet geet muis? duolingo dieren/diers/whatever zijn vegetarier, it seems :D
Sometimes i note the ''r'' is not pronunciated..!
Many owl sentences here, why is BAT missing? ik want BAT!
a BAT? rly?
The word 'eet' means to eat.
"to eat" is actually "eten"... "eet" means either "eats" or "is eating"
"The owl to eat..." makes no sense, however.