"Nie masz czarnych skarpet."
Translation:You do not have black socks.
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Oh, that's actually me working on an update of the course getting in the way of the current course... but I think it's okay even now.
So basically, I was always surprised about two choices that the course creators made: firstly, teaching the diminutive form "ciasteczko" (more like a 'little cookie') rather than the basic "ciastko", and secondly, teaching "skarpeta" which makes me think of a thick woolen sock for winter rather than what I'd consider to be basic: "skarpetka". In the upcoming update, we changed those two words (and their forms) and as sentences for "socks" are the same, now you see the updated version. I know it's confusing, but hopefully it won't be much of a problem.
So, anyway, "skarpetek" is Genitive plural of "skarpetka", and I do believe that it's a more natural wording.