In Hungarian there is a saying "Architecture is frozen music" therefore the journal of the faculty for architecture of the Budapest Technical University was titled "The Frozen Musician".
Unless it's a member of the Architects band.
Haha, right on.
Why not "differs from..."?
Yes!! I wasn't know that .Thanks Duolingo :)
*I didn't know that
"Different from" sounded wrong but responses here made me look it up. It seems that "From" is technically grammatically correct but "to", though incorrect, is normal in Britain and "than" is preferred in America.
...e un orso è diverso da un coperta.
I got the answer right but it was called wrong!
Perché "da" e non "di"?
Ma dai.....Sounds like an interesting colloquial expression! Can someone who knows confirm it's meaning? Is it something along the lines of "You don't say!" ?
"Dai!" means "come on!" (It's the imperative form of "dare")
I'd assume that in this case, "Ma dai!" would be like "duh", or as you say, "You don't say!"
I just Googled "musical architecture" and apparently, Duo is wrong ;-)
Eglencio "different" is not the verb to differ