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But that's why it's interesting. Because he ONLY walked a centimeter. Had he walked half a mile or something no one would have cared, but this, this is Guinness World Record stuff. Shortest distance ever walked.
Wonderful! I hope Duolingo never stops putting in this kind of stuff - going through the comments is so much fun - thank you all !!!
Maybe he somehow put a centimeter on a leash and took it for a walk. That would be a conversation starter.
Man ! This idea is absolutely insane ahahahah ! I'd like to see a picture of it !
I wrote "It walks a centimeter", because it seems more likely that a small creature rather than a human would walk such a short distance. Can "ele" translate as "it" ?
Only if you're a biologist and really making the difference. "A aranha" doesn't get changed easily, my wife informs me. Otherwise, "o inseto" does it, though a spider isn't even an insect, technically! Arachnid in portuguese??
So she runs a hundred kilometers and he walks one centimeter? Was fuer ein Loser!
Maybe "he" is from the outer space and is kind of a micro being and landed on a desk and voilá.! DL took chances about how long "he" could walk and put a ruler aside. :P
Bed=furniture to sleep (or not to sleep ;)) on. Bad=not good. Have fun learning!