Make sure to account for the variable order of constituents within the noun phrase. Both "multas gemmas" and "gemmas multas" are correct.
Dative of possession could be used here: Anulo tuo sunt multae gemmae.
I received an error for putting the object first.
Please, just report.
Perhaps it's unlikely that a single ring might belong to several people, but I still think that "Anulus vester multas gemmas habet" should be allowed. I have reported this as "My answer should be accepted."
Yes, why not? The ring could be a family heirloom, after all....
Where are the tips for this lesson?
reminds me of Ørberg's "Capitulum Octavum. Taberna Romana" ( ꈍᴗꈍ)
This order is correct. "Multas gemmas anulus tuus habet."
It is correct; it's not the only correct order, I believe.