"lijkt op" was "looks like" in the hints, but i got it incorrect. why?
here was my answer:
"the climate here looks like the climate in england"
(is it because looks like would be bad grammar in this sentence?)
Same for me, LOOKS LIKE they aren't accepting many answers
does the climate in the Netherlands resemble the climate in England?
It is pretty similar: chilly summers, mild winters and rain all year round.
It sounds like the south of England... certainly not the north, it's different here
we are also neighboring countries, we have the north sea lying in between. With the ferry it is 200 km from Scheveningen
Do you miss the old days of duty-free, of ferrysful of English making a 48/72-hr beer run to Hoek of Holland?
Yes, they both have a maritime climate.
i was not that "verbatim" and wrote "the climate here is like that in England" and got wrong :(
Your interpretation is correct but Duo probably would prefer a more literal translation. It is not the intention that all sentences are interpreted rather than translated.
ok thanks for the tip. i really seem to interpret more than translate :D
The climate here is similar to england?
why not seems??
Seems would not be used here.