"I do not have a coat."
Translation:لَيْسَ عِنْدي مِعْطَف.
June 28, 2019
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This is an interesting one. Coat is correct in classical arabic. Usually we say Kaboot. For a begineers course in Arabic, isn't it better to teach the student the more commonly used word. The only caveat is if there are other words than Kaboot to refer to a coat. In Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, Egypt it would be understood. I'm not sure about other countries.
Same here. I reported it. Odd, though, that at the top of this page, it shows the right answer even though the exercise page has it wrong.