Why am i being tested on english rather than arabic???? If i say a gum and laptop that is correct but not according to the app???
In English "gum" (as in chewing gum) is a mass noun, not a count noun. So you can have "some gum" or "a piece of gum" but not "a gum".
Same here ))) just because of the "a"
Why laab and tuub written as two different words?
A system mistake that still with us!
I wrote absolutely correct translation, but it was not accepted. Something wrong. Admin please recheck my answer.
why is my answer wrong? "There is a gum and a laptop in your bag."
why is it wrong to say "a gum" ? how would it be in Arabic to say "a gum"? could someone help me please ?
There was no 2 "a" to put in the sentence...!
I got a wrong answer for saying "chewing gum" for 3lka, in stead of "gum". Is there a way to fix that?
There is no a second 'a'???
Problem with a