Translation:She bought a new car recently.
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Does anyone else believe that this listening exercise should have two correct answers: one that begins with 他 and one that begins with 她? Because you can't know which one is meant until you fail at least once, have memorized this particular exercise from before, or peek at the word bank (which I'm trying to avoid in order to learn to recognize the words better by ear).
No, it does not. The second classifier is used much like "piece" in saying "one piece of paper". There isn't really an English equivalent. However, like the difference between saying "He gave her a piece of paper" and "He gave her a paper", omitting the second classifier renders the sentence incorrect and very awkward. Because of it's lack of equal in English, it's hard to explain. It's described as a measure word for vehicles/cars. These kind of words are also often used in talking about fish, animals, bunches of vegetables, ect.