Seems like duolingo has got this entire exercise wrong.
They are using the ending vowel of the subject to reflect gender (karāj-i, karāj-a), while the gender should be shown by the vowel of the attached pronoun (ka, ki)
It should be (كراجُكِ)
Duolingo is using Egyptian Arabic here, in which -ak, -ik is correct (instead of MSA -ka, -ki). Don't know why, but I've stopped worrying about it.
An the Djeem (ج) is pronounced like Lebanese Arabic. The course needs a big overhaul
The pronunciation of the last vowel of words (the one which expresses the case) and of the possessives -ka -ki is often wrong in these phrases
Accidentally leave out the R in your YouR garage is pretty Samia. And it was wrong.... they should fix that it was a simple typo....
Shouldn't it be karaajiki instead of karsajika since samia is a female?
It should actually be "Gara-ju-ki jamil-on ya samia".
Your garage is pretty is a best compliment you can give to a girl.
Is there a metaphor here?
Nope! They're complimenting her on the looks of her garage.
Can s garage be pretty?
How nice and pretty are apart..?
Shame on Duo...
Inconsistent, why aleph maksuda?