You have left out 'a' in this one.
The grammar is incorrect. Also we do not tend to use the name at the end in English
But if you are speaking to her directly, giving her a compliment, then you would say it as given here in the exercise.. "Professor Rania" is her title
How do you tell the difference between "You are a very smart professor, Rania." and "You are very smart, Professor Rania."? As there is no punctuation indicated I went with the former and was marked incorrect. :/
How does one pronounce the word for "very"? It looks like "jiddaa", but it sounds like "jiddaal".