Honestly I keep forgetting Ni, so I say to myself "we, the Knights of Ni'
No. It refers to Monty Python and the Holy Grail
I keep putting
ni ludas rapide but it wont let me go
This happenning to me too
To me too...
Also me. How to pass the lesson?
It's happening to me too
I pass the lesson by opining doulingo on windows mobile apps and it did work ok. unlike doulingo for android. That's the way i pass this lesson. I think doulingo for desktop will work also.
Does ludas mean "play" as in playing a game, playing a musical instrument, or both?
both I think
"We play quickly?" That's a weird sentence
How so? I would say something like, "We play Mario Kart quickly before bed."
Well "We played Mario Kart quickly before bed" has more emphasis on the manner of the playing in relation to the time before bed, that makes it more natural. "We play quickly" by itself emphasizes the action itself, which makes it seem awkward.
I still don't see it as a strange sentence. Someone asks, "How do your monopoly games only last 30 minutes?" and you respond, "I don't know. We play quickly."
It's a perfectly normal sentence, in my opinion.
Can I put the adverb before the verb? Is it more common to put it after? I mean, is "Ni rapide ludas" correct?
Yes, i beleive Esperanto has a very fluid sentence structure.
From what language come the verb ludi?
From Latin, I think.
Oh,, yes, you are right, ''play'' in Latin is ludere!
Homo ludens - the playing human
Is "rapide ni ludas" wrong?
Why is "Ni lapide ludas" also correct? I think i have to answer "Ni ludas lapide".
rapide with an R not L
Word order is rather free in Esperanto. Both are correct.