"قَهْوَتِك مِن سورْيا يا رانْيا."
Translation:Your coffee is from Syria, Rania.
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In Modern Standard Arabic there is a system called I'rab, where there are three vowel suffixes that appear at the end of the words, and they each represents different cases.
In this case قهوتِك would actually mean "your (m/f unclear) coffee (genitive case)"
The "ak/ik" distinction only appears in Arabic dialects. And for whatever mystic reason, even though they chose to teach Modern Standard Arabic here on Duolingo, they chose to ignore the i'rab system, and mix in the dialects all together :)