"I do not wear belts."
Translation:Εγώ δεν φοράω ζώνες.
It could work, but plural works best here because someone's not wearing belts in general. If they were to say "Εγώ δεν φοράω ζώνη", it would probably have the meaning of them not wearing a belt at that specific moment (similar to the english "I'm not wearing a belt.") ^.^
I see, thanks! One word just crossed my mind now. Shouldn't than by that logic the word shirt beside πουκάμισο also mean μπλούζα, coz I think people generally use it instead of full name of t-shirt? I'm confused with that word, coz here, in this course, I've noticed that shirt means only πουκάμισο, but when I was asked to write in Greek what I see on the picture and it was a picture of a t-shirt, but the English word was shirt, I wrote μια μπλούζα and it was marked wrong. All in all, either the picture is wrong either shirt can be translated as both πουκάμισο and μπλούζα or even there's some third explanation I don't know... I'm not neither English, nor Greek native speaker, so I don't have clear image about this
It's because there is an issue with that English word in the first place. For some reason, shirt can now be any type of top (well, most of the times, it could be a t-shirt, or a buttoned shirt. That's what one mostly gets if they search "shirt" up on Google Images). However, πουκάμισο specifically refers to a buttoned shirt (https://www.google.gr/search?biw=1536&bih=706&tbm=isch&sa=1&ei=A14FXKy5GtLJrgSHx6WQDQ&q=%CF%80%CE%BF%CF%85%CE%BA%CE%AC%CE%BC%CE%B9%CF%83%CE%BF&oq=%CF%80%CE%BF%CF%85%CE%BA%CE%AC%CE%BC%CE%B9%CF%83%CE%BF&gs_l=img.3..0l10.484977.486266..486701...0.0..0.297.1681.0j7j2......1....1..gws-wiz-img.......35i39j0i67.N1iZkpWnQ0Y), and since technically, it's widely known and taught as shirt, that's the one we go for.
In other words, shirt might translate to πουκάμισο or μπλούζα, but πουκάμισο only translates to shirt (and buttoned shirt, if someone wants to be a bit more specific about the garment.)
Don't worry, it's confusing for pretty much anyone that's not a native English speaker. :P