"I carry my younger sister's bag."
So confused that I had to spell "imouto" instead of selecting it like the other words
I think it was because they wanted to see if we'd leave the う out? I almost selected いもと instead of いもうと.
I have a question a bit about nuances here: To me, "carry" requires motion, whereas I always thought of 持つ as more of just holding - making carry more like 持って行く/持って来る/etc. Am I misunderstanding 持つ or is this an issue of the nuances of what it means to "carry"?
いもうと should be 1 option imo i left out the う but how am i supposed to remember all the SILENT sounds -_-
The う isn't silent, though. いもうと and いもと would be pronounced differently, with the もう in いもうと held twice as long as the も in いもと.