A quick question: the word here for "continue"- "fortsette"- how is it pronounced? The audio voice says /fort-sheh-teh/...I know that the '-rs' digraph represents /sh/ in many dialects (e.g. "Norsk"= /noshk/), but in "fortsette" there is a 't' in between...could someone simply confirm that /fort-sheh-teh/ is correct? (I have learned to not always trust the Duolingo audio..)
important question: "Do we have to continue reading"and "Do we have to continue to read" i think has two different meaning , first sentence means we have to continue reading but latter means we have to continue(doing something) to gain ability of reading, can someone explain it for me since i became completely confused in this part of duolingo
Hi Moniczkagerman - 'Continue' is one of the verbs in English which can be followed by either a gerund or an infinitive with little or no difference in meaning. If I could suggest a reliable website for such things, I would, but many sites are either not accurate or they are incomplete. A very useful resource that would help you sort out the gerund/infinitive (or both) mysteries of English is Practical English Usage by Michael Swan. It's an indispensable reference for language learners of English (and for native speakers of English who have no idea about the actual rules/patterns of their language).