"Where are you from, Judy?"
Translation:مِن أَيْن أَنْتِ يا جودي؟
I wish 1.) Duolingo would do a better job of explaining grammatical sentence structure. The "Where are..." and "You are..." questions are killing me. And 2.) That Duolingo explained there are feminine and masculine forms. I kept getting those wrong without it ever explaining why. I didn't know until I read the comments.
"Also" and "too" are adverbs that mean the same thing but should be used in different ways. Basically, "also" should be used before verbs while "too" should be used at the end of a clause or sentence. Examples: I am studying Arabic too. I love you too. Arabic is interesting but it also is difficult. There are exceptions, but the words would be showing a slightly different meaning.