For the record I didn't know the difference between them till I learned them fro duo
Check the Tips & Notes from this section: it gives lots of good information!
I always read it before starting. Which is kinda why I hate the mobile app, because it doesn't have the tips & notes...
Seriously. It seems silly not to have that feature. Why would it be beneficial to computer users and not mobile device users?
It's probably just the programming it takes to change the notes from computer form to app form. I can't imagine them copy-and-pasting the notes in by hand (not when there are so many per language!) so they probably have to code in a method of transferring it.
Don't forget, you can always go to the website on your phone's browser to read the tips.
Works best in "Desktop Mode" so that you can also see how many experience points you have made this day.
Well, coronet is a small crown, and bassinet is a small basket, so seems logical.
As in Pippi Langstrompe? I suspect that Zamenhof saw that the word was used throughout the Germanic speaking countries. The English word is apparently derived from the French. Another word for leggings, hose seems to be Anglo-Saxon or Celtic in derivation.
Okay, time to put a sock in it.
Looking in Cherpillod's Konciza Etimologia Vortaro It would appear that we are all of us correct. And the word is also ŝtrumpf in Yiddish, and Strømpe in Norwegian.
Useful book, that.
Stockings and sewing... Words I've used in English more often in a linguistic sense than in a literal sense...
I came to this comments section for the sole purpose of finding the bad puns regarding Trump and socks. Thank you for not disappointing.