After being an apple, saying good morning to a juice and talking to an orange, I dont mind at all about this sophisticated elephant
The audio makes it sound like marijuana is being consumed.... XD
hehe, nevermind an elephant that eats bread, but my question is, how would one establish the difference between "an elephant eats" from "an elephant is eating"? The quiz accepts both, but in english I understand as two different conditions.
I would like to know, too. Dankjewel!
I guess now that you've got a 7 in German, you'd understand that both don't differentiate. It's all contextual!
in dutch, the differentiation is not as necessary as in english. But if you really want to distinguish them, you can use "Een olifant is brood aan het eten" for "an elephant is eating bread"
My cat really wants to!
Why "is eating" but not "eats"? How can i know the difference in the translation if in Dutch there's only one form?
In an actual conversation it nearly always clear.
The translation shouldn't be : An elephant EATS bread?
Both are correct. Please read the tips that come wit each skill.
By now you really should know this, it's explained by other people several times each thread.
You know what, I'm not even mad. This is pretty tame. Have it eating bears or something.
i swear ate is a word
Yes but it doesn't mean eet. It means at.
Yeah, it's probably eating the entire bakery for the meal.
She sounds like prinses Beatrix :)
Haha, don't you think it's funny that the elephant is eating bread?
An elephant is eating bread. Lol
Ik ben een soep
strange meal for a elephant
Why that "is" used there?
I love how they say elephant in Dutch
Dutch animals are the best
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"An elephant eats bread" wasn't accepted... why could that be?
The should come there!
Why is "An elephant eats bread." wrong?
Maybe i don't understand because English is not my first language? Can someone please explain it to me? Thanks