Translation:I wear a shirt.
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The "correct answer" shown at the top of this page is "I wear a shirt" - do you have a screenshot of Duolingo giving "I wear a dress"?
"Léine" does not mean "dress"
No, it is not. English and Irish both have different forms for the simple present (caithim - "I wear") and the present progressive (táim ag caitheamh - "I am wearing"). Many other European languages lack this distinction, but the two forms are not interchangeable in Irish or in English.