Is there anything in the Italian that indicates that it is "her" that is liked? Could it also be translated as "I liked him immediately."?
So where is the her/him/it in this sentence? Mi pianque means 'I liked'...
No way to know from this sentence alone. Presumably, in context, it would be apparent who or what was liked. Hopefully, Duolingo accepts all three.
"I immediately liked her" should be accepted just as "I liked her immediately" is accepted..
Dov'è l'oggetto diretto per la donna (come in 'mi la piacque immediatamente')?
Io piacqui, tu piacesti, egli piacque, noi piacemmo, voi piaceste, essi piacquero... irregular verb
I am confused.
Piacere is not listed as an irregular verb. However, if it followed the rules for second conjugation verbs it should be piacè in the third person singular (indicativo passato remoto). So which rule does it follow to become piacque?
Conjugation table gives piacque for third person singular for passato remoto http://www.verbi-italiani.info/en/conjugation/108-piacere.html and judging by that table it has some irregular conjugations.
Correre is irregular 2 conjugation: io corsi tu corresti egli corse noi corremmo voi correste essi corsero