"TheSunislocatedintheSolarSystem."

Translation:De Zon bevindt zich in het Zonnestelsel.

3 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/HelenWelch1

Why is 'De Zon ligt in het Zonnestelsel' not accepted in this instance?

3 years ago

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It should be.

3 years ago

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The Sun finds itself in the Solar System. The Dutch point of view is awesome.

1 year ago

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French also uses this construction: se trouver (to find itself).

3 months ago

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Could you use zit here? Or is is ok?

2 years ago

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Considering the context no. Similar to that you wouldn't use zitten to describe the location of a country or city.

2 years ago

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Yeah. And ligt and staat would also not work - so is it is then :)

2 years ago

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Ligt would be valid here. Same for countries and cities.

2 years ago

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Ah, thanks! Is it because you consider the solar system as being flat in a way?

2 years ago
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