Tiskata is to "wash" the dishes only it's common to aslo say "do" the dishes, either should be accepted
Same question, but also a request for clarification: When there seems to be (thus far) no distinction between active ("I sit") and passive ("I am sitting") construction, why is one wrong and the other accepted? Is there a subtlety to this sentence construction that I'm unaware of?
Alternately, is there some way to distinguish between the two constructions that are, in American English, different in important ways?
This course makes it difficult to guess a word you may not know just from context. Some of content makes no sense. Except for the one where they asked me if my honest green parakeet was grilling the naughty viking cat on my small but comfortable sofa. That happens all the time at my house.