If its potatoes she doesnt eat them
I swear there was this plot-twist somewhere along the course, where an absent-minded staff member allowed a woman to eat a potato.
I heard spiser hund det, it took it as correct yet it displayed does she eat it
I got the same thing. One letter off it considers a typo so you still get credit. But in hindsight, if it was supposed to be dog it would be hunden in this context.
How come 'Did she eat it?' isn't accepted?
Spiser is present tense (happens now or generally). Did eat is past tense (has happened some time ago) and I think that would be spiste in Danish.
I donot understand why it say its the wrong answer.Any 1 who can correct me or help me.
It sounds like "eat dogs": 'spiser hunde"!
Den or det? They interchange them without explanation!