"I can't find my food."
Translation:אני לא מוצא את האוכל שלי.
I wrote the sentence "אני לא יכול למצוא את האוכן של" and I got it wrong. I know you have to use the infinitive after the verb "can". The answer is saying "I am not finding my food".
To answer shuki25, often in English we use phrases like "I can't find something" to mean "I don't find something". It does not mean that I am physically incapable of finding it, it means that I currently have not found it. In this case, that is the obvious meaning of the original sentance, and so should be translated as such. I am speaking as a native English speaker who doesn't know much Hebrew yet.
I had the exercise where you assemble the sentence by choosing individual words from a list, and was told that I "missed a space". I'm not sure how that is even possible based on the nature of the exercise.
You have to conjugate : אינני, אינך אינו, איננה,, אינכן, אינם, איננו, אינכם
Having said that, if you want to say I don't know, don't say אינני יודע They will laugh at your dated Hebrew even though it's perfectly correct