So in Turkish, the adjective comes before the article too?
yes! if there is "bir" (indefinite article), it always comes right before the noun.
A beautiful... correct.
The beautiful... incorrect.
"bir" in included here, which means "one" or "a" :)
you got beaned
I've got confused. What's the pronunciation of genç? Gench or ganch?
I found it. Genç is correct.
I said a nice woman and a young man
Doulingo says wrong !
Are those birs absolutely necessary here? Does “güzel kadın ve genç adam” sound wrong? I’m kinda confused on when the article can be omitted...
In this case is the woman young too ?
I'm confused about how güzel is pronounced-- it sounds like guzlay?
It is pronounced exactly how it is written, namely "goo-zel" where the "oo" is pronounced in the front of your mouth :)
Is it incorrect to say guzel kadin ve genc adam?
Where is the wrong
Cesur ve güzel
In this sentence, there is BIR between the adjective and noun which means one, why? Does it come as an article (a)?
Turkish is still less complicated than English.
Güzel doesn't mean nice for duo. A nice woman : wrong answer.
I am typing the correct answer but Duo marks it as wrong??? Software bug?
Yeah the same thing happened to me just put a flag on it :)
I answer rigth
There is no voice , I can't listen anything .
It would be nice if - when showing the correct answer - I could see what I wrote. From memory alone they are the same. Perhaps there was a typo or two.