"A clean gown"
Since the beginning of this section kanzu has been robe and gauni = gown. The inconsistencies are far too numerous
Duo has me conditioned to usually answering "kanzu" for "gown", yet several examples back, I was told I had to choose "gauni" which Duo usually prompts when it wants "dress." So, showing I can keep up with Duo's capriciousness, I responded "gauni" to this example. Nope, It wants "kanzu." I KNOW there's a difference between the two but the phrases have no way of telling which is meant and "gauni" and "kanzu" should both be accepted. This is getting to be almost as much headache as the exact wording Duo wants for "kanga" -- wrap, cotton wrap, or light cotton wrap -- each showing up as the only acceptable answer on occasion. Just keep reporting, folks, and hopefully, the consistency problems will be resolved.