Would "...the day's menu" be ok?
Yes! That's ok.
There seems to be a soft 'g' sound with the 'nt' in presenterer.
Is that how it should be pronounced?
'-ent' and '-ant' are often pronounced as '-ang(t)' due to these being French loanwords.
Why does mark "...the menu of today" as not correct? Thanks
You should be able to say, "the menu of the day."
I don't know any grammar rules for it, but "the menu of today" sounds weird.
OK some consistency is needed. In a previous lesson I got an answer counted wrong because I used 'cook' for 'kokken'. It was implied that the ONLY correct translation was 'chef'. Stop the confusion, please