Elsewhere, earlier in the exercises, Tasche is connected to purse. Handbag or purse would be the correct translation for meaning. https://www.collinsdictionary.com/us/dictionary/german-english/tasche
URGH. This one is annoying. I happen to know some future tenses in German which makes this hella confusing. I had no idea gehoeren was a verb on it's own, I assumed the "ge" was a past-tense prefix of the verb hoeren, as in, "Ich habe gehoert".
I know this is an advanced question for this module, but does anyone know how we would use the verb gehoeren in the same past tense that I used above? Saying "Ich habe gegehoert" sounds wrong...
My answer: the purse belongs to her. Wrong. Duo's answer: The pocket belongs to her. Huh! There is a Mother Goose rhyme that starts "Lucy Locket lost her Pocket" but a lot of Mother Goose goes back to Elizabethan England, and I do not think I should be expected to know when Duo wants me to revert to Shakespearean English.