Oh I didn’t know there was an option. I’m American but have always been presented with courses for British English, maybe because I live in Germany. So I’m doing the British English one.
Translation is “I am thrilled”
Is there a level designation beyond Italian 3?
But I actually came back to the forum for an Italian 4 issue.
Mio nonno andava sempre a correre al mattino is translated My grandpa always went for a run in the morning. But earlier in the Italian course, we had andare a correre AND andare a fare una corsa. (Or at least we had andare a INFINITIVE versus andare a fare NOUN FORM for a few verbs. I think correre was one of them, but I’m not sure). So I feel like the Italian should be Mio nonno andava sempre a fare una corsa al mattino OR the English translation should be My grandpa always went running in the morning.
Just thoughts. Thank you!