It should be accepted. I guess we should all just report it. It also doesn't seem to like cars.
do i really have to put "an"? I got my question wrong just because i didn't put "an" in front of "overly"
So "차" can also be short for "자동차"? That must be a source of some awful puns in Korean...
Do not buy an overly expensive tea.
Is not accepted:
You used the wrong word. Do not buy an overly expensive car.
Also I'm confused that, that is not allowed.
Do not buy that overly expensive car / tea.
Because we do not know from the context if they talk about something in specific or in general. In specific that would not be used per se as a locative and hence should be allowed.