That's exactly what I put in as the answer :) I was hoping it would actually accept it like it does with that one "Kiu manĝas horloĝojn?" —> "La granda Mazi.". It didn't accept it though :(
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I already wish they teach me how to read mathematical operations in Esperanto. For some reason, though, I always tend to read numbers and operations in my mother language -even if they appear in an English text!
Am I the only one to have problems with the typo mistakes? Sometimes writing a letter instead of another or forgetting a letter altogether is counted as a typo (even if it's a grammar mistake, like forgetting an accusative -n), and sometimes not. I just wrote "is" instead of "in", but my sentence was not accepted :(
If the typo you make is actually another word, it doesn't count it as a typo. I have this problem too. I hate it :(
I have answers accepted somewhat routinely as "typos" when I deliberately spell something one way that is wrong grammatically. So, no, you're not the only one, and yes, it's kind of irritating.