I think if she had one she'd be responsible enough to keep it from biting you. :)
Yep, I take Americans and feed them to the lion that the girl owns. ;)
You can take the English course if you do a reverse course of a language. For example En->Fr and the reverse course would be Fr->En. Just go here (https://www.duolingo.com/courses) select a native language other than English and then pick your reverse course.
But I wouldn't say that American is a language. It's an English dialect that Duolingo happens to use as the flag for the English course because it's the type of English they teach.
I know! I'm American I was making a joke since they put the American flag instead of the English or British flag.
Oops, sorry. It's a bit hard to tell. There have been way too many arguments about the flag representing the English language.
It's okay! As long as it's in the American English style there shouldn't be any quarrels.
how did this get 25 lingots? sees profile picture answer = frustrated 12 year olds
First she got a dolphin now she gets a lion? Next time she'll have a unicorn.
My grandmother had a lion. She kept it in a large fenced enclosure in her very spacious backyard. There was a man who was pestering her to give him a job so eventually she gave him a bucket of meat and told him to go and feed her 'dog'. Of course, the lion was tame, but he didn't know that. He never bothered her again after that. I wonder why?
Is this weird because the right answer is "The girl has a lion." instead of writing this answer i wrote "The girl has a melon" XD
Obviously, you have problems distinguishing lions from melons. If ever you come to Africa, I suggest that you exercise vigilance.
She is a 'ragazza', not a 'bambina' so maybe she got it as a personal bodyguard. I don't imagine it does much for her social life though.
If only I had enough meat to feed one...but you know you can always find some..somewhere
So why is it "un leone" and "la leone"? In one we are saying it is masculine with the un, the other we are saying its feminine. I know lion is supposed to be feminine so why would we not say una leone?
I also have a lion! he is called Aslan! he loves "the world in my aunts closet" XD
Ray Hunter: the joke you made is exactly as mine. Honestly, I had not seen yours made much earlier. I've seen other jokes of the same kind throughout the discussion on this page. I guess we all seem to think the same; it is not a good idea to have a lion.
...in other news, a little girl was eaten by her own pet lion. more on that later. over to you henry.
One of the translations was 'has an lion'. Maybe it should be scrapped as the translation is wrong because of English grammar, not Italian.