Why "the office" but "a kitchen"?
It says ''the kitchen'' :)
can we use (ve) or other word similar to while between the two sentences or its going to sound weird
You totally can but it is required in Turkish :)
is it required or not required, i do not understand it.
Not required, I think (as we also see in the phrase). In fact the word „ve“ is a loanword, etc.
Thank you, Duo, for teaching me right English :)
[I typed „at the kitchen“ — because it's the same case in Turkish — and got an error; I'll pay more attention]
"You are in the office working, I am in the kitchen working."
Why is this wrong? I don't understand.
wht 'at the office' but 'IN the kitchen'?