Translation:The bathroom is behind them.
+1. "Restroom" should be accepted. The suggested answer used "washroom", which isn't used in the United States, and "bathroom" in the official answer is a synonym of "restroom".
I know someone from Chicago who says "washroom", but otherwise I don't think it's commonly used in the US.
To me, washrooms don't have bathtubs or showers, bathrooms do, and restrooms are public washrooms.
Are you serious? "Restroom" isn't accepted? We never say "washroom" in America. That's very unfair!
"A washroom is behind them" should be accepted. It says I should've used "The" instead of "A"
"Bathroom is behind them" I wasnt given the of "Restroom" or "Washroom", so "Bathroom" is the next best thing, but it wasn't accepted because I didnt add "The" at the start.
Add "restroom" as the preferred answer. Bathroom is OK, I guess, but that should really be used for what you find in a home or hotel. Toilet is just the 马桶 and sounds crude.
I had "Bathroom is behind them." should be accepted. That "The" is unnecessary.