ok, now ants can read... cool
WHAT IS THIS, A CENTER FOR ANTS?
Omg best comment ever! I lauged out loud :-) i love you referenced thay movie. good job
what movie is that?
Well, it could occur in a story for children.
I mean, that's how children learn new languages - and they do it much better than us :D
in duolingo's world lol
Ants in Brazil must be smarter than the ones we've got here.
As borboletas português também são mais inteligentes. ☺
He was reading the book so he could learn to write to Mr. Bear better about his bitter honey. ;)
Ants read books in Brazil... Cool!
And they play football :)
I saw Formiga play in the 1999 and 2003 Women's World Cup
And the ants play football quite beautifully!
Was the book written by the bee, proofread by a hippo, published by a penguin and distributed by a snake?
and sold in the zoo
Nonsense! I refuse to accept this pro-ant propaganda!
More like propogANTda
I love Duo's special brand of surrealism. :)
Formiga is one of the first words I learned in Portuguese because my husband would sometimes eat food that wasn't his when living with his family, so his sister would refer to him as, "the giant ant." Hehehe. :-)
Just try to create an image of this in your mind... an ant chilling on the couch, reading a book.
What has the world become?!
Um baile de máscaras!
I think Duolingo is controlled by ants.
I will remember magical sentences better than the boring and very uninteresting sentences which make you want to quit. But that's just me.
Now Brazil has mutants animals,cool
A bee that can write letters, and an ant that can read books? These Brazilian insects seem quite talented.
In Amazonas there are still too much uncovered species...
What is you said?
haha, I can explain that. It's an abbreviation for "risos" (laughs). The Brazilian equivalent of LOL.
the ant reads the book, why can't it be that?
There's an indefinite article in the sentence: um livro = a book.
Lol, I thought I was translating wrong. Why is an erroneous statement used in a sentance?
See the rest of the discussion here for an answer. The sentence is nonsensical, but not erroneous