You wear fake nails should be added to the accepted list in my opinion
I agreed also. But then I started analyzing the phrase and realize; how it makes more sense to be in that "progressive tense". I believe it is. Because of the nature of the question... Still debating a little when to use "verb" or "verb(ing)"...
"You wear fake nails?" Should have been accepted. It's exactly the aame form. There an argument to be made that it should bot be accepted if the question has been "est-ce que tu portes de faux ongles"? But in this case the form is precisely the same and it should be added to acceptable answers.
Why isnt "You're wearing fake nails?" accepted? It has the sass I would expect from someone who'd say that.
"Tu portes de faux ongles ?" = "Are you wearing false/fake nails?" "Do you have false nails on?" is an equivalent question in English which would be asked the same way in French, so it is also accepted.
"Tu portes de faux ongles" - you are wearing false nails. I do not see a question here. Portes-tu de faux ongles - are you wearing false nails?