Wouldn't "It also goes with this," be correct too?
It is accepted now as an answer.
It didn't accept mine :(
One of the definitions it has for 'hiermit' is 'with these,' but when I tried 'it also goes with these' is was marked wrong, but 'it also goes with this' is an option.
That's to be reported as "my answer should be accepted" :-)
I don't even know what "hereby" means. Jajaja
This damn sentences are getting way hard.
"hereby" basically means "in this way" (or "with this", as "hiermit" literally means) - as in "we hereby inform you" (i.e. "we are informing you [with this letter]").
Good explanation. I must admit I have not been clear on the meaning either.
If (hiermit) is with this, then what is (damit)?!?!?!?!?!?!
And also why "hereby" which is given as a hint isn't right?
Hiermit - with this
Damit - with that.
You see: "hier" means "here" , while "da" means "there".
"hereby" is one of the meanings (e.g. "wir informieren Sie hiermit" = "we hereby inform you), but apparently not in this sentence.
This is annoying! Who uses construction ''It's is... '' in English. Duolingo, look those reports allready!!!