It wants me to assign the variable fith_letter to equal to the 5th letter of MONTY
@andrewvin02: The fifth letter of your string is currently at position  because in programming we go from zero to string's length - 1 while in the real world we go from 1 to string's length.
@antonnifo: In this exercise you're not supposed to assign the value "Y" to fifth letter like that, instead you were supposed to do the following:
fifth_letter = "MONTY"
You have a string so to access a given position, suppose we don't know what's inside of it, do like the example above.
It worked, but I don't understand why.
I get why we type "Monty," but why ?
@judiak: Different, abit, from the real world, with strings and lists we start from position zero and go until string's length - 1 so to access the fifth letter on our string, which has actually five letters, we use  because four is the last index in our string.
Coding |M|O|N|T|Y| 0 1 2 3 4 Real life |M|O|N|T|Y| 1 2 3 4 5
Oh! Alright. I get it.