These ducks are becoming intelligent... first they say hello, and now they're reading.
I knew this was coming. That's why I'm moving to mars. Is there a course for martian yet?
I'm on it! When I get to Mars, I'll learn martian and add a course. Wait, is there wifi on Mars? On the other hand, we may be better off waiting for the ducks to teach us. Of course by then the ducks will already have taken over Mars too. We can never win :(
But Qo'nos, the Klingon home-world, is probably lightyears away. You'll be able to communicate with other Trekkies in Star Trek's language, which is awesome, but it won't help you in the duck uprising.
I heard the Dutch ducks can work. Danish better step their duck game up.
I got this wrong because it didn't make sense for ducks to be reading the books. I need to open my mind to the possibility that just maybe Danish ducks are smarter than our peasant English ducks.
I agree, I got it wrong because it made no sense. Australian ducks also need to up their game
I guess I got it: people eat or drink stuff, animals read books and say hello.
Duolingo the owl made this app originally for ducks so they can read in more languages
Tea drinking turtles, reading ducks, horses, elephants and turtles eating the same apple. Wow, I didn't know Danish animals were awesome.
Is anyone else confused by the word for duck? I don't know why, it just doesn't click with me
It's a vowel change that happens with some words when you pluralise them: and - ænder, bog - bøger, man - mænd, and so on. It's mostly a-æ, o-ø, and u-y. You even have remnants of such a vowel change in English: woman - women.