Not sure about this one, but to me there are two "in's" here "bent van" and "irodában" so shouldn't "The expensive hotel's driver is inside in the office" work here?
I assumed the same thing
That is accepted now. :)
Bent here can be interpreted as either belonging to iroda, so just meaning "inside the office", or belonging to the (unmentioned) hotel, so she's "inside (the hotel), in the office".
------- duo just accepted: the expensive hotel's driver is inside in the office . . .
Big 22 nov 18
Another senseless "you have a typo" on a choose-the-bubbles:
The | expensive | hotel | 's | driver | is | in | the | office
gives "You have a typo."
The expensive hotel s driver is in the office ["hotel" and "s" underlined].