seems oddly specific.
He is sick...sick with greed.
He is a disabled veteran on welfare.
Why this version is incorrect: "The sick soldier counts the money"?
it isn't! it just hasn't been added as a variant yet, but is accepted now!
'A sick soldier counts money' was also marked wrong.
Please, just report it.
This lesson has the oddest sentences in translated English , things we just ....dont say, or how we would structure it