"Has the flower bloomed?"
Since it says "the flower" (definite article), should it be が instead of は? Using "the" makes it sound like the flower is already been talked about i.e. not a new topic. I know there's no 1-2-1 equivalent of articles in Japanese and I'm probably misunderstanding は・が but I thought it might be worth asking.
Yes, it should and has been accepted as of now. I am confused as to why は is valid now considering that it was rejected in every other answer I've submitted in the previous questions.
I have no idea whether it is actually legal to use は for "a flower blooms", and I am 100% sure that the course will never help me understand it. Can someone please help me wrap my head around this?