Why is the archaic "Busses" shown as the default answer?
"All the busses are full" is equally correct in english to "All of the busses are full", but is marked incorrect.
Please use the report button. It's no use posting this in the comments.
I have just reported it. Also, the Oxford dctionary gives the usual plural for bus as buses but Amer. busses. I'm from Amer. and use buses.
Did you report the buses/busses thing too? Because I put buses and lost my last heart. Very irritating!
Heart? What's this about hearts? I am not aware of any hearts, either on Android or PC/Windows.
So you don't do skipping tests.
You have three hearts at the beginning of the test. If you you pass the test without losing a heart, you are given a lingot. IMHO the skipping tests are too easy to pass. Therefore I don't do them too often.
Ah, that’s it. Also, I think Duolingo for iPad app has the hearts aspect. But I hated the interface, so I deleted the app and just use it in the browser with my iPad mini.
I work at a bus garage (Central Ohio) and have seen both uses. Both are gramatically acceptable, "buses" or "busses"
Occasionally you see "busses," but it is incorrect. "Buses" is correct plural spelling in American English. "
I'm from America too, and I've never seen "busses" anywhere.
why not "alles" ? Bus is a thing right? alle is for people.. if I remember what I learned
Alle is for all plural things (and not just for people). Busse is plural here.
what are the cases of "alle"??
Nominative plural. Same as the subject "Busse" to which is referred.
Maybe it is just me, but I couldn't understand a thing she said on this one.