I was thinking to myself: 'My pants have a bag!' And I was like, what??!!
Okay I realize now that the phrase "My pants have a bag" doesn't make very much sense, but I once got a sentence like "My monkey's girlfriend drove the neighbor's car" in a Spanish lesson, so I expect irrational sentences. I think that if they are going to have irrational sentences they should accept all correct answers even if they don't make sense as long as they are grammatically correct.
maybe duo wish to teach us also the ability of reading a proper context of each situations, when it is joke and when it is serious. LOL
does "die Tasche" mean both "the bag" and "the pocket" ? Is there a difference ?
Yeah it caught me offguard aswell. Pants is plural so it's have, though normal pants have 2 pockets.
They have an American flag showing—not British English; so they really ought to count "My slacks have a pocket." If they are going to allow "trousers," then "slacks" ought to be acceptable too.