What does "knead" mean? Never heard of it. How do you use it? (Petite précision :: je suis française.)
Hope you found out by now knead, when making bread, you knead the dough, it is the act of working the dough mix with you hands
Here's a good dictionary to help you out: http://www.wordreference.com/enfr/knead...........It's most usual use is in making bread or other dough.
Don't tell me that last word means what I think it is (being a Spanish speaker who works with Portuguese and French speakers) Lol XD.
Should this be read as a command, or, is it just stating what you're doing, like, "You are working" or, "You have a job"?
It is just a statement. To give commands you should use imperative: "Lavora".
In that case you have to use imperative: "tu.. lavora!". Or simply "Lavora!".
This sounds a lot like 'You labor' (similar meaning, like 'toil'). I haven't yet tried it but would that pass DL?
The correct option is not available and I cannot progress. This is the second time I have met this bug. It happened in German recently too. Can somebody fix this so I can continue.