I think it's incorrect, because I learnt;
Yes absolutely, i learnt from native speaker saying two times moi together will be bye
They are humans so they make mistakes.
Anyway Thanks Duolingo
Are there really no gaps in heihei / moimoi? I've never seen them written down before.
Bad question. "Hei!" by itself is "Hi!', i.e., the opposite of 'bye'. "Hei hei!" is "Bye!" and in English any time you might want to say "Bye!" it is equally correct to say "Bye bye!"
I also learned Hei as Hi and Hei Hei as Bye...
Did this sound like "Te" to anyone else?
to me too
It sounded more like "tei" to me. The "ei" was pretty clear, but the "h" did sound like a "t".
Yeah, I wrote "tee", myself. Darn Google robot..
Hei! Is also "hello", not just "bye"
Hei hei = bye
"Hei" does not mean "bye". "Hei, hei" means "bye"
Just like Hei, "Moi" is also used.
Moi also means Hi and Bye!
Usually it goes "Moi Moi".
The vocabulary for this course translates "hei" as "hi, bye" so I answered with that and got pinged!
The TTS girl says 'kay'. Reported on the 13.09.2020
And what is moikka, heippa?