He is a good homo ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
Oh man, I am not native speaker of English, I often forget the word "a".
I am a native speaker, and I left one out a few lessons back. :(
Yeah, it really bugs me everytime it flags me as wrong answer because my imperfect English :X
It flags me wrong for my spelling
What is the difference between "persono" and "homo"?
I believe "homo" is closer to "(a) human".
which leads me to ask, why does 'good human' sound weird?
You're welcome :)
Homo for homoerectus
In a roundabout way, yes. Homo erectus was a member of the Homo genus, as are we. The reason the genus is so named is because it includes all the world's humans (i.e. homoj)
In Esperanto "persono" equal "person", otherwise "homo" equal "human"
Help, my roommate laughs every time the Esperanto voice says something and I can't figure out why.
vi estas bona, ne homo.
ok that's enough with the jokes, have a great day
Why yes he is!
Bona homo ehehehehe
I'm a good homo too!
Not that there's anything wrong with that.
Is there a usage difference between "homo" and "persono"?
I put 'he is a good human' and it wasn't accepted. Should I report it? I realize that in English we wouldn't typically say that, but 'homo' translates to human, right?
It wasn't accepted for me either. Does anyone know why it isn't?
"Li estas bona homo ... kay ĝisfunda." -- La Granda Lebowski
Why is "He is a good human being." wrong, when it says that human being is correct, when hovering over the word?
I had beautiful human...ist that really wrong?
think you're getting mixed up with 'bela' friend
Why do the last two words not contain the accusative -n?
Because of the verb estas
Why not bonan homon
Bona homo is a subject complement, not a direct object.
why is ‘’he is a good man ‘’ not accepted as an answer
Because homo means person/human.
Erm i said "vi" Instead of "li" Shouldn't that be incorrect?