Isn't the correct answer friend, let me explain this. If you say "HIS passport" literally means "SU pasaporte" which is the possessive for the 3rd person or the passport that belongs to "him". "the passport" phrase only refers to the document, which in case "the" refers to the article "el" instead of the 3rd person "él". In spanish "él pasaporte" is incorrect because it doesn't make sense. I hope this help you. :)
Basically, if you knew everything in a unit and wanted to fly through the easier ones, you could test out. I think. I could be wrong. It's like a regular lesson but they use everything in that unit and you can't see what words mean.
Why does the articulation need to be slow motion by default? No reason to be so elementary. Could everyone bump this? Im sure there are people who share the same opinion as I do. I also think it should ask for an English translation instead of just reiterating back in Spanish. Seems much more productive.