This seems to this American English speaker a strange thing to say. We would just say "good night" if, for example, we were in a hotel or our home and going to bed. We would say "goodbye" if we were for example leaving a restaurant/place of business. Can a native Swede give me an example of when you would say both together? Tack så mycket! George
How can we? If you think there is something that needs to be fixed, then we (your fellow-participants using the course) can do nothing, and it is fellow course users you are addressing when you send a message to a discussion forum. You need to click on the "Report" button. not the Discussion button.
I get that, but also understand that if there's a problem with a text entry question, i can copy whatever Duolingo wants me to do to get through it. But with this one, it's nearly impossible to pass it and i nearly had to quit out of the lesson and lose credit for every other question which i did correctly.
On a system like Duolingo which awards points for lessons and uses your streak for motivation this is terribly frustrating.
...you just told me to click on the "report" button and now you're saying that clicking on the report button essentially accomplishes nothing (seeing as this problem has already been reported and has been going on, judging from the comments, for at least two years). I doubt that continuing to pile on the error reports is going to make anyone get to it any faster.
I did report it, but it's also useful to click on discussion and see I'm not the only one.
It's very, very broken. I've completed the swedish course already and redo lessons for practice, so i know how bad my pronunciation isn't. And yet, it took me fifteen attempts to finally get through this particular question (finally, it accepted "God natt och" but never once recognized "hej då"), and if i hadn't been able to get through, none of the other questions in the lesson would have counted.
It is VERY frustrating.
I'll have to try that. Funny thing is, a couple weeks ago I was trying out a different language app and got as far as the "greetings" lesson when the speaking exercises started giving me trouble because if the original sentence had punctuation, it wouldn't count it as correct unless you also said the punctuation, in Swedish, quickly and emphatically so that it'd pick it up. I ended up having to scream "trevligt att träffas PUNKT!!!!" to get it to work. So this will be continuing the theme of yelling polite Swedish sentences aggressively into my phone.
Something most be wrong on this sentence I pronunce it over and over again it keep telling me wrong the worst part of it; my wife pronunce it three times and get the same answers and she is a swedish girl and a teacher also. So something most be wrong here do something. Thanks Samuel.
Glad to see I'm not the only one who can't pass this sentence. I started to doubt myself and got really frustrated. As described by so many, natt and hej då won't get accepted, no matter how clearly I pronounce them. Repoted it as faulty.
Ah, that makes sense now! Thanks. I don't know that anyone here on the discussion forum can really help, because, unlike typed answers, where you can tell us what you wrote, and we can comment, we can't hear what you said and how you said it, to know whether your spoken answer should have been accepted.