Again, your choice to introduce لابسة as MSA is misleading in my opinion. صديقته سامية ترتدي تنورة.
أو تلبس التنورة.
لابسة is MSA but not in this sentence.
The proper Arabic name is سَامِيَة with a kasrah and it is a noun in the language that has a meaning. It is the feminine of سَامِي , just check a dictionary to see how it should be spelled and so pronounced.
So I know Duo isn't pronouncing declined endings any more, but just for the record, should the adjective be "لابسةٌ" in this case?
Instead of LAABESEH I used LAABES still marked correct? Confusing! Or both are correct