why here "the moon goes around the earth" is wrong, while a couple of sentences earlier, "the planets go around the sun" was the correct answer??
Can you hear the difference between 'man' and 'maan'? Both are plausible here semantically.
Have a quick comparison on Google. It will give you the gist of the difference.
So...we capitalize "moon" and "earth" in Dutch? This seems important to know, as we do not capitalize "moon" in English and rarely is it correct/necessary to capitalize "earth," according to my English textbooks...
Not sure what English textbooks you've been looking at. When talking about the celestial bodies, i.e. the planet we live on and its moon, it's the Earth and the Moon. As a synonym for ground, 'earth' takes no capital, nor do moons in general. If you're not really talking astronomy, then you can talk about the sun and the moon without capitals.