It now accepts this again, but I had to add a question mark after it to make the system accept it as a possible translation. :-/
The best way to make suggestions about lessons is to report (flag) them. The team isn't necessarily reading the comments section.
True. I've definitely flagged it at least twice now.
& Chuck has pulled through.
That was my thought as well, since it could refer to a very specific "what". Reminded me of the crocodile that chases Captain Hook.
At the bottom of this page is a table of the correlatives.
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A great type of phrase to get people to pay attention to grammar ("kiu", the verb ending and accusative plural) with strange word combinations. More like this please!
Mazi, obviously! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWbyXVSiCxw&list=PL00F795A844E2824F
Gosh, listening to this waa weird, had to repeat it in order to make sure I heard that right. Oh Duolingo, you never fail to amuse me.
Well, certainly among new learners on Duolingo that's true.
Muzzy, however, is an international product that has been out for years - and is certainly very well known in the Esperanto community around the world. Duolingo is well known too, but I think we often have an exaggerated sense of that as English speakers working with the English-language course.