Is there a reason you can't use "well behaved" for kiltti?
Couldn't kiltti be translated as nice as well? My answer got rejected.
"Nice" means more of "mukava". I'm not sure if DL has been using those interchangeably for this course, though.
In the tips one meaning was nice. I knew that "mukava", also meant nice but I tried nice for "kiltti". Looks like another Duo-over as I've seen in other courses. Eventually, you will see "kiltti" translated as nice.
Why is 'little' not accepted please?
"well behaving" was rejected .. (Aug 2021)