What about autumn?
Should be accepted too, but might have been missed. Please report things like this in the future :)
It's accepted :)
For me it didn't accept
Here in Australia, it's the opposite :)
Actually, winter doesn't officially start until a few days before christmas.
Does the fall end in Denmark before other place? :-)
What is "året" stand for in "efteråret" and "foråret"?
Edit: My mistake "The year."
BUT that would literally mean "before the year" or "after the year"?
I would go with the forepart of the year and the afterpart of the year.
not in danmark!
What are the seasons in Denmark?
Can it be "Fall is from..." or is the definite article required?
The article is required, although it sounds weird in English. It's more about the grammar than anything else.
It's not required in Duolingo.
Call it autumn, please!
I think that "autumn" is the word every European would understand better than "fall"
And that is why I love Dutch and Afrikaans - we also have voorjaar (forår) and najaar (efterår).
Autumn is actually from March to May
Sorry guys, it's the autumn not the fall!