the speech needs to be more clear and understanding you always can get confused on tense and what not
I think you should accept "You are reading the news paper" as well, because it might only be a typing mistake...
You would add "est-ce que," making it, "Est-ce que tu lis le journal?" Or, you would just replace the period with a question mark. If you do that, when speaking, you must say it like a question, just like English.
If you want to ask something like "When do you read?" There are a few ways to do it. Inversion: Quand lis-tu le journal? Question word at the end: Tu lis le journal quand? Using est-ce que (I'm not positive that I'm using this one right, or if it is even est-ce que.): Quand est-ce que tu lis le journal?
The other way to phrase it is "Lis-tu le journal?" but I think that would sound old-fashioned
also, i cant hear the difference between lis and lit. this is rather frustrating because i want to get this but there is nothing to explain it.
They do sound the same you know which it is whether it follows tu or il/elle. You have to learn each different ending following I, you, he, she etc. like English, I am, you are, they are, I read, you read, he reads. Lis and lit are different versions of the verb 'to read'. When following plurals (we, they, them) the endings are different again. Frustrating but there are some rules ( regular verbs) and seem that you just have to learn.
You have to read forms of the verb in the begining, when they mark you a word like a new one, click on it there will be a button to see all forms of the verb
"lis" is mispronounced in the isolated word. I hear an "s" that is not supposed to be there.
sometimes i say things slightly wrong and it says i am wrong like when i try to pronounse it
I think its dumb that dulingo dosnt explain any of the meaning or whatever behind the grammer. They should do that or have some sort of thing where u can ask dulingo what it means or something