"Gray pants and white shirt" should have been accepted. There's nothing about "kemeja" that indicates it's explicitly plural in this context.
Fun fact, if anyone's interested: "abu-abu" comes from the word "abu", which means "ash"
Abo is ash in tagalog! The Formosan languages of Taiwan also use similar words for ash (abo, abu, avo, qavu, habu, etc.), which is interesting because Taiwan is supposedly where all Austronesian speakers came from.
So if I want to say "we have different kind of ashes" how do plural the word ash/"abu"?
The plural form of abu (ash) is abu, not abu-abu. Abu-abu is only for color.
Make sure that the variant spelling "grey" (i.e. non-US English) is also accepted in the free-text response.
How do you know if shirts is singular or plural? Either should be correct.
In this context, Abu-abu doesn't mean Grey in a plural form, it simply means: Grey colour.
What's the difference between ''abu'' and ''abu-abu''?
Colours can't be plurals... right?
"Abu-abu" isn't the plural of "abu"; they're separate words (one is derived from the other). "Abu" means "ash", and "abu-abu" means "grey"
Why shirts - plural? Should be shirt, not shirts
singular shirt, not shirts
But a shirt!
The colors of highschool uniform in Indonesia.