…but what does the fox say?
(sorry for the anti-joke)
lmao I just had to translate "What does the fox say" in the Japanese course on DuoLingo today then this again
Trust me I'm an engineer.
I don't think the pronunciation of the "ingenieur" is right? or is it?! I hear the letter "F" against the letter "G" in that word!
what you hear is the French pronunciation of the g there, because it's a French loanword
You should hear this 'g' as the 'g' in the English word 'ingeneer', but without the 'd' sound (English: /dʒ/ and Dutch: /ʒ/).
The F sound shouldn't be there indeed
And we can also say: what is saying the engeneer?
That makes no sense it would have to be "what is the engineer saying?"
Isn't this what did the engineer say?
No, that would be Wat zei...?
ok.. thank you very much :) Dank u wel.
I was marked wrong for 'what did the engineer say' is this wrong?
Yes the sentence is in present tense so your answer is wrong indeed
There's a spah sappin' mah sentry!
How would one call a systems engineer?
Why is it not "what did the engineer say?"
See El2theK's answer above...