Why is "La birdo metas oveton" wrong? It tells me to use "demetas" as the verb, but earlier "metas" was accepted for an alligator sentence. Is there really a verbal difference between birds and reptiles laying eggs?!?!?!?!
Meti means to put and demeti means to put off. It's actually pretty rare that these words mean to lay an egg - and yet there are several sentences about that in the course. I would expect the course to accept both verbs here and if it doesn't I would report it.