Hello or bye should be accepted for ciao right?
I selected ciao in the last lesson of this unit for goodbye and it was counted incorrect.
But in this exercise it's the only option.
'bye was faulted! (It's short for goodbye).
ok ok i put thank bye and they said its wrong and the right answer was "thank you bye" but 'you' wasnt even an option so im like....huh??!!
Does "ciao" used in this context have the sense of "See you later"? If so you should explain it.
Not a native speaker, but I think 'See you later' would be 'A domani' or 'See you soon' would be 'A presto.' 'Ciao' simply means 'good bye' in the context of this lesson.
"See you later" would be "A dopo". Ciao and Arrivederci have fluid meanings.
"A domani" is "see you tomorrow".
I cannot correct. I knew the T should have been capitalized, but couldn't correct it.
The correction algorithm is not case-sensitive.
I believe that thanks goodbuy is correct
I selected "Thank you bye" and it flagged as incorrect because it was supposed to be "Thank you, bye". If the punctuation is that important maybe remove the unpunctuated duplicate??
Do you pronounce grazie "grazi" or "gracia" such as when you say thanks in Spanish "gracias"
how do you pronounce ciao