I put "it's definitely impossible." for definitely, would I have to use another word, or is my answer just not accepted?
You should say definitivt, that means exactly the same as 'definitely'.
I said it is all impossible
In other circumstances could "helt" mean "wholely"?
Other than using "helt" here, is it also correct to use "fullständigt" specifically for this sentence? If not, what is the difference between the two words "helt" and "fullständigt", tackar!
Nej, det är NÄSTAN omöjligt