Sorry for that question, but what is blue gum? I don’t want to miss the cultural point here, thank you.
literally, blue gum... Duo doesn't make much cultural sense sometimes...
By gum, do they mean 'chewing gum'? In UK/Ireland, gum is a product of a tropical tree...
yes it's wha they mean
I wish there was a point to use the word "gum".
ازرق و زرقاء
What's the difference
Masculine and feminine. It will change based on the gender of the noun.
How to pronounce عِلْكة? Duolingo says it 2aailik.
thought the same.
probably an audio error.
usually it was strictly "3ilkä"
Blue gum trees grow in Australia
Is different from 'there is a blue gum in your bag'?
Gum in this sense is non count, so can not take an indefinite article.
The word gum here is pronounced without the Laa, I'm guessing it's an error?
is the right pronunciation.