is it really wrong to answer that he lives inside OF the office? I see that as equal to "inside" without the "of"... but duo marked it wrong
What's the difference between "viver" and "morar?"
They are the same. "Morar" is used more often though. Plus: viver+gerund = keeps doing something. Ela vive contando piadas = she keeps telling jokes
doesn't this sound rather strange in english?
Yes, "inside the office" isn't really correct. Almost as if the secretary is in the walls or part of the floor. Either "The secretary is inside" (as a pointer to someone who in relation stands outside), or "the secretary lives in the office".
why can't I say lives inside the study?
My stupid voice recognition said Secretariat lives in the office. Jajajaja