Why is "Mi jefa tiene una hacineda" wrong?
Because "hacineda" isn't a word. But "Mi jefa tiene una hacienda" should definitely have been accepted.
It should be correct surely ?
Should "Mi jefe tiene un rancho" have been accepted?
Same as above, does the boss have to be male?
Why do we use "una" instead of "un"
Because hacienda (ranch) is a female word.
"jefa" doesn't count as "boss"? What is spanish for "institutional sexism"?
We cant use patron here?