Translation:In the summer it is easier to get a job.
No, it is not wrong to say that.
However, there are only so many possible correct answers the people who input the exercises can think of, and even though it is computers that run the exercises we do, it does require humans to direct them and make changes. This becomes an issue because most of the language trees on Duo are run by volunteers in their spare time (which we do not always have) as that is part of what keeps it free (no cost).
But please do report this next time so it can be added (at some future date) for others who come after us. :)
Thank you for your feedback. I am pretty sure that I reported this since I assumed that my proposed translation should also be included. Yes, we are all part of the team in that sense that we have to assist Duolingo to improve their courses. As you said, these free lessons are free because some tireless volunteers are investing their own free time to make them better or to create them in first place. It is important for us to stay engaged with positive feedback, even though some of the units in some of the languages are riddled with problems. It is pointless to swear or to deride the errors. If we really know so much better than others, why don't we offer our help with feedback or possibly as volunteers ourselves.