I put did you say thank you to them and it was rejected. Is it wanting quotation marks or rejecting "thank you" instead of "thanks"?
I got the same, but I haven't seen Duolingo demand proper punctuation, ever. I'm reporting it.
Typed the exact answer just without the quotes for "dankon". It counted as wrong
Adding to patricia, as long as you use -n properly, and preopsitions, it shouldn't be a problem.
Diris means "said", right? Why it translated to "Did you SAY "thanks" to them" if they put diris?
Because of the way English forms questions, "said" is broken up into "did say".
In other words, the past tense (diris) is still in the English, just in a different word.