Translation:I am sick, I can't attend your party.
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Chinese doesn't really have past tense the same way English does. It means something about the past or a change. The best way to think about it in cases like this one is that it could literally translate to "I got sick" or "I became sick". I wasn't sick before but now I am. I've seen other languages that would translate it in a similar way to how Chinese does.
Your answer should be "I am sick, I can't attend your party".
If it's exactly the same, then look for the button "Report my answer as correct" (or something similar) and press it.
P.S.: Than is a comparative used to show difference between two entities. Not similarity. If your answer is the same as Duo's, you shouldn't say "My answer is same than Duolingo..".