"Saya tidak menemukan kabel di sana."
Translation:I do not find a cable there.
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I wrote, "I didn't find the cable there," and was marked incorrect. I am always hesitant to submit a report saying my answer should be accepted because I am just learning. So my question is: if I wanted to refer to a specific cable and use the past tense, how would the most natural and/or grammatically correct sentence(s) be written in Indonesian?
Halo teman! Perhaps it could not fit well with "cannot", because the Indonesian sentence would need to use "tidak bisa". So, your sentence would be, for example:
Saya tidak bisa menemukan kabel di sana.
The Duolingo sentence could have many other translations in different tenses, using "a" / "the" with singular and plural nouns, and just needing the verb "find" in single or compound forms.
Selamat belajar! :)