"She is passing by."
It's in Directions & Positions, lesson 1, so it shouldn't be shown here. I'll try to fix that.
… Because I didn't tell the whole story last time.
The system will try to match whatever you input to the most similar accepted answer. For some words to mean pass by, they need to include the particle förbi. Those are words like går or åker. If you input Hon går ('She walks'), you will always be suggested to put Hon går förbi instead, since then it will mean passes. So if you input something like that and get shown an answer with förbi, that is just as it should be. But förbi should not appear in correct answers in multiple choice questions for instance.
Hi Artnauti, when i was doing this excerise, I wrote hon passerar and nothing else.
Hi again, then it must be some bug. The main answer (the one on top of this page) should always be accepted without any correction. For us to report this to Duo:s technicians, we need to show them a screenshot, so if you or anyone else who sees this and has this problem could upload one to some posting service like imgur.com and paste a link here, we'd be thankful! Thank you for reporting the problem!
Hi again! jaja! Well, could you tell me the unit please?, i can not get it.
I just got the lesson listening and the ''sentence'' hon passerar deras restaurang or somethig like that!
Is it in the lesson 4, present verbs part 2?
Yes, Verbs Present 2, lesson 4 :) Vi passerar deras restaurang is in the same lesson.
What are you trying to say. This sentence does not make sense, but if you tell me what you wanted to say I could help you.
I would say "Jag sitter och tittar medan tårar rinner".
Using "går" in this sentence makes it seem like the tears are walking. "Rinner" means flow and is the most used word when talking about tears.
"Medan" means while. "Som" only means as when describing things, not to talk about time.
I got confused. ¿Passerar means something like passing by or like overtake? Thanks!