One of the hints is I will drop dead. Can anyone elaborate?
In a very literary way, restare can mean "to cease", "to stop", which, when applied to a human being, will mean to drop dead. Again, it's quite rare and only in a literary way, don't go using that in a casual conversation. ;-)
So....is this about Jesus??
Despite what Hollywood wants you to believe, everything is not always about Jesus. Jesus!!
I answered "I will stay three nights", and Duo marked wrong. I think that should be accepted along with the accepted answer "I will stay for three nights".
Are you sure you didn't have any typos? Because I see it as accepted.
Does 'restare' mean the same as 'rimanere' ?
In this context, yes, but both have a few other meanings that are not the same between them.
Interesting. care to explain those? :)
Oh cool, thanks!
why don't accept "i'm going to stay" ? suppose it must be correct
After which the guest, like a fish, will smell bad!
In England we say 'stay for'
Why isn't it "Rimarò tre notti" ? Are they synonyms?