Il est gentil. He is nice. For But he is not nice enough, I chose il n'est pas assez gentil. The correct answer was marked il n'ai pas assez gentil. I do not understand.
I have checked the Kwiz question and the only answers accepted are with the verb être and not avoir, so not sure what the problem is.
is correct, so if you think there's an error in the system please use your 'Report It' button on your correction board.
I'm inclined to agree with you. I would expect that because you are commenting about someone's "state" (of being nice or not nice) then être usage would be appropriate.
Suggest you should file a possible error report.
Il n'est pas assez gentil. -- He is not nice enough.
I have no idea where the il n'ai pas... comes from.
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